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UNTHOLOGY showcases the work of new or established writers and can include short stories of any length, reportage, essays or novel extracts from anywhere in the world. UNTHOLOGY allows space for stories of different styles and subjects to rub up against each other. It features the classic slice-of-life well told just as much as the experimental, the shocking and strange. Unthology is published by Unthank Books and edited by Ashley Stokes.
Unthology 10 features new fiction by Tom Vowler, Valerie O’Riordan, Elaine Chiew, Dan Carpenter and many more.
“Unthology is quietly becoming a reliable guide to the state of the modern short story, a companion to Nicholas Royle’s annual Best of British Short Stories anthology, and this latest instalment should do that reputation no harm.” THE WORKSHY FOP.
Available from Unthank Books’ online bookshop, Wordery, Book Depository, Foyles, Waterstones and all good booksellers
Unthology 1, Unthology 2, Unthology 3 and Unthology 4 are now available for Kindle at the special price of £1.99 each.
Unthology 5 is available for Kindle at £2.49.
Unthology 10 will appear in June 2018.
We accepting submissions of shorter form prose which fit the criteria all year round. Potential contributors are advised to have a look at earlier UNTHOLOGIES before submitting. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
“ . . . all the stories in Unthology are enjoyable and well-written, with some unique voices emerging. The collection keeps its promises: this is a varied, well put-together collection showcasing some interesting writers in an unrestricted and playful place.”— Mira Mattar, THE SHORT REVIEW.
“Overall this is a great showcase for up and coming writers and it gives you everything a short story collection should. Great writing, different styles and a chance to be shocked, saddened and entertained.”— Simon Quicke, INSIDE BOOKS
“The first anthology I’ve read in which there wasn’t a single story I despised.”— BOOK MUNCH
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