Bun-maska crept tentatively, one foot at a time, ascending the staircase that swung feebly around the decrepit Mira chawl like...
He squatted on a patch of cabbages, under the relentless supervision of a July sun.
The chicken curry had more curry than chicken. So, he threw it at her. She dodged the fiery droplets with...
‘Columbia’, irrespective of what the name suggests ... was not much more than a run-down strip joint.
A short extract from Dea Brøvig's debut novel, The Last Boat Home (Hutchinson, 2014).
An extract from The Eye of the Day (HarperCollins Canada, 2014) by UEA Creative Writing MA graduate, Dennison Smith.
An extract from 'Barcelona', a short story published by Daunt Books.
Anealla Safdar, curator of UEA140Story, introduces the project and requests submissions.
We are pleased to feature new fiction by Sharlene Teo, the 2013 David TK Wong writing fellow at UEA, and graduate of last year's MA in Creative Writing. Ponti!, the opening section of her novel in progress, mixes the contemporary uncanny with Singaporean legend.
Sarah Lewis graduated from UEA with a Masters in Creative Writing in 2011. She received a special mention in the 2013 BBC National Short Story Award for her story 'Healing the State of Man', which we publish in its entirety here.