Emily Bullock wins Bristol Short Story Prize

UEA Creative Writing graduate Emily Bullock has won this year’s Bristol Short Story Prize worth £1,000 plus a £150 Waterstone’s gift card. Emily’s story, ‘My Girl’, will be published in Venue Magazine and Bristol Review of Books as well as the Bristol Short Story Prize Anthology Volume 4. Emily graduated from UEA’s Prose Fiction MA in 2004 and is currently tutoring for the Open University in Literature and Creative Writing while working on her PhD, also with the Open University. Her novel, ‘The Separate Principle’ was published in 2008 by the Arts Council-funded YouWriteOn.com and Legend Press scheme for new writers. Also shortlisted for the Bristol Short Story Prize and included in the anthology is Eluned Gramich, who will be starting her MA at UEA in September.

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