Richard V. Hirst is an editor and writer from Manchester. He was joint winner of the 2011 Manchester Fiction Prize and is the co-author of Bus Station: Unbound, Plunge Hill and The Night Visitors, an award winning ghost story co-written with Jenn Ashworth and told entirely via emails. His latest book is We Were Strangers, an anthology of short stories by Sophie Mackintosh, Eley Williams and others, each of which takes its title and inspiration from a track on Joy Division’s Unknown Pleasures. His work has appeared in The Guardian, The Big Issue and Time Out.
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