I know my team and I shall not be moved

Catherine O'Flynn, Rodge Glass, Catherine O'Flynn (Editor), Rodge Glass (Editor)

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Abstract

In 1999 a spiky anthology of young writing was the first title to appear from the Tindal Street imprint and the first on a prize-winning road ahead. Ten years on, Tindal Street Press celebrates a decade of publishing - and of commitment to the short story and the wealth of regional writing talent - with a showcase that's just as ground-breaking. Prize-winning author Catherine O'Flynn here presents a range of exciting new voices from the next generation of English short story writers. 'Welcome to the cul-de-sac that opens out in twenty-two directions to unknown destinations....'
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationRoads Ahead
Place of PublicationBirmingham
Pagesunspecified
Publication statusPublished - 1 Oct 2009

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O'Flynn, C., Glass, R., O'Flynn, C. (Ed.), & Glass, R. (Ed.) (2009). I know my team and I shall not be moved. In Roads Ahead (pp. unspecified). Birmingham.
O'Flynn, Catherine ; Glass, Rodge ; O'Flynn, Catherine (Editor) ; Glass, Rodge (Editor). / I know my team and I shall not be moved. Roads Ahead. Birmingham, 2009. pp. unspecified
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