C. G. Menon is the author of Subjunctive Moods. She’s won or been placed in a number of competitions, including the Fish, Bridport, Bare Fiction and Short Fiction Journal awards. Her work has been broadcast on radio, and she’s been a judge for several international short fiction competitions. She has a PhD in pure mathematics and is studying for a creative writing MA at City University. She’s currently working on her first novel, set in 1980’s Malaysia.
Read: ‘The Name of Things’ in Short Fiction Journal
Review: Subjunctive Moods in Thresholds
Follow on Twitter: @cg_menon
Discover more: http://www.cgmenon.com/
Resource: A short history of the short story in Prospect Magazine
Writing prompt: Begin with the following first line
They’d always called her by the wrong name.