by Jenni Lawson
Highly Commended in the Bare Fiction Prize for Short Story 2014
Rows of pebbledash houses the colour of dirty spit, to match the sky and the scunnered brown hills that a... Read More...
Jenni Lawson grew up in Ayr, Scotland, and now works as a litigation lawyer in London. Jenni's first short story, "The Blue Notes", won her a runner up prize in the Fish Short Story competition and publication in its 2011 Anthology. Since then, she has been shortlisted for Fish and Mslexia short story competitions and was Highly Commended in the Bare Fiction Prize for Short Story 2014.
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