Stroud Short Stories – Live

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Stroud Short Stories is an independent not-for-profit live lit event held twice a year in Stroud, Gloucestershire, UK.
Our aim is to encourage, showcase and promote contemporary Gloucestershire and South Gloucestershire short story writing and writers. We’ve been going since 2011 and our next event will be our 20th.
At each event ten authors read a story selected by the SSS judges from the 100 or so submitted each time.
The next event, dedicated to Stroud writer Rick Vick, will be on YouTube via links in the Stroud Short Stories website on Sunday 8 November 2020 from 7.30pm as part of Stroud Book Festival. It will be free and unticketed.
The theme for this event is DISRUPTION. The authors who are reading their work on 8 November are – Robin Booth, Stephen Connolly, Hannah Glickstein, Claire Harrison, Emma Kernahan, Geoff Mead, Simon Piney, Mark Rutterford, Sharon Webster and Steve Wheeler.
All the information you need is on our website
The SSS organiser is short fiction writer John Holland
Information on where to buy our anthology ‘Stroud Short Stories Volume Two 2015-18’, which contains 57 stories by 45 Gloucs/SouthGloucs authors is here.
Keep up to date with SSS by subscribing to regular SSS newsletters here