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Emily Bullock

About me:


I won the Bristol Short Story Prize with the story ‘My Girl’, which was also broadcast on BBC Radio 4. I worked in film before pursuing writing full time. I have an MA in Creative Writing from the University of East Anglia and completed my PhD at the Open University, where I teach Creative Writing. My debut novel, The Longest Fight, published by Myriad, was shortlisted for the Cross Sports Book Awards, and listed in The Independent’s Paperbacks of the Year.



 


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A Short Affair, 'Freshwater' reading by Juliet Stevenson at Pallant House Gallery


I have a short story, 'Freshwater', in A Short Affair anthology, Simon & Schuster 2018


My new short story 'Tombstoning' is published on The Mechanics' Institute Review


'Freshwater' shortlised for the RA & Pin Drop Short Story Award 2017


Exciting news! The Longest Fight has been shortlisted for the Cross Sports Book Awards - New Writer of the Year


The Longest Fight makes it into The Independent's list of Paperbacks of the Year 2015.


A lovely review of The Longest Fight in The Independent - 'a fine addition to the cannon of boxing literature.'


The first review of The Longest Fight appeared last week in the Londonist, whose reviewer loved the evocative setting: 'Peckham and Soho in all their smoggy glory'


I appeared on BBC Radio London on 11th February at 1pm to talk about the novel and its journey to publication.


For National Poetry Day, and the theme of Remember, here's a link to my poem on the website Ink, Sweat & Tears


I have a short story, Human Terrain, in the new issue of Bookanista





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