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Read Her Like an Open Book Sep 13
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Dr. Hannah Stevens Sep 14
Broken relationships and obsessive love: my flash fiction ‘The Night Before I Left’ is published over on .
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Dr. Hannah Stevens Sep 15
You can read my essay ‘No Visible Damage’ about my experience of domestic abuse over on the sublime .
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Dr. Hannah Stevens Sep 14
An ordinary day and a life-changing event. Read my flash fiction ‘Bread’ over on :
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Dr. Hannah Stevens Sep 15
Read my essay 'Before It Touches You' about my experience of power imbalances and violence in the community over on the exquisite :
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The Opening Publication Sep 16
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Tessy - Writer and Poet (The Pixie) Sep 13
Hello! I'm so excited I ordered a new sofa and armchair today! Shame it will take so long to arrive! Can I retweet anything of yours? Just comments below xx
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Dr. Hannah Stevens Sep 14
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Dr. Hannah Stevens Sep 16
One minute . A young boy has disappeared and his family cope in the aftermath. Read 'Swings' here:
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EmmaJanePoetry Sep 14
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Dr. Hannah Stevens 19h
‘Bulls eyes, frog torsos, the delicate lungs of tiny mammals: these were the subject of her lessons.’ The Redemption Window: a two minute read here:
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Dr. Hannah Stevens Sep 14
A four minute read: A family falls apart in the aftermath of a tragic fire. Read my ‘Gabriel.’
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Dr. Hannah Stevens 5h
In my ‘Man Under’ a woman witnesses a suicide on the train tracks. A two minute read:
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Rebecca Bryn Sep 14
for tales with a twist. 'One of the finest writers of our time.' mystery, historical, and dystopian tales with a twist. IAN Book of the Year 2019
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Dr. Hannah Stevens Sep 14
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Dr. Hannah Stevens Sep 16
Got two minutes? Then read this! A grandchild comes to terms with the impending death of their grandparent. Check out my , 'The Ypres Cross':
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Rebecca Bryn Sep 12
Tales of strong women at IAN Historical, mystery, and post-apocalyptic journeys with a twist. 'Outstanding storyteller - one of the finest writers of our time.'
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Tarbiyah Books Plus Sep 17
If you haven't read memory of stone yet, you are missing out!!! Join us on Instagram: tarbiyahbooksplus, for a conversation with the Author
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Allison Hong Merrill 洪吉珍 Sep 15
If I ask you to teach me one thing you’re really good at, what will I learn?⁣
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Wind&Bones Sep 11
Hannah’s short story ‘The Best Way to Kill a Butterfly’ is featured in the glorious Unthology 10 published by Unthank Books. You can find out more about Hannah and her work over on her website:
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