Eley Williams lives and work in Ealing. She is co-editor of fiction at 3:AM magazine. Her prose has appeared in the journals such as Ambit, Night & Day, The Dial and Structo, her work has been shortlisted twice in The White Review’s Short Story Prize. She teaches both creative writing and children’s literature at Royal Holloway, University of London, where she was recently awarded her doctorate.
Read: Smote, or when I find I cannot kiss you in front of a print by Bridget Riley in The White Review (this link appears problematic today so I’m providing you with a new story which appears below)
Mischief in Wales Art Review
Review: Attrib. and other stories in the Guardian
Follow on Twitter: @GiantRatSumatra
Discover more: https://www.influxpress.com/attrib-and-other-stories
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