>Vanessa Gebbie Takes 2nd in Bridport

>Vanessa GebbieVanessa Gebbie, whose Bones was published here in issue four, has taken second prize and £1000 in the 2007 Bridport Prize for her story, “I Can Squash the King, Tommo….”

Huge congratulations to Vanessa, whose collection, “Latest… Words from a Glass Bubble” will be published by Salt Publishing in March 2008.


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1 Response to >Vanessa Gebbie Takes 2nd in Bridport

  1. katrina says:

    >Congratulations, Vanessa!

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