My new collection of 26 short stories set in Northern Ireland, Wales and Italy was published in October by Seren Books.
‘Angela Graham is a brilliant new voice. This is literature that deserves to last.‘ Kate Hamer ‘honest, searing, insightful and very, very good’ Inez Lynn ‘The stories entice and intrigue… highly recommended‘ Graham Reid ‘What fires the attention is Graham’s mastery of language and her ear for local speech of both the poetic and prosaic kind. H er experimentation with Ulster Scots in particular points to a new talent in Irish writing…’ Dr Frank Ferguson
A Book of the Year 2020 on Nation Cymru “Angela Graham’s debut collection A City Burning announced a confident, stylish new voice in short fiction.” Jon Gower and The Lonely Crowd (twice)
‘This is an exemplary collection illustrating the creative possibilities of the short fiction form’ Jane Fraser
“Short, sharp and sometimes shocking, these wonderful stories truly pack a punch.” Sue Leonard (The Irish Examiner)
A Writer’s Bursary from Literature Wales supported the development of A City Burning.
2020/21 SIAP Award from the Arts Council of Northern Ireland is supporting a collection of poetry on the theme of Sanctuary.
2019 SIAP Award supported research for my book of prose and poetry about the east Belfast house and community in which I grew up: Place and Displacement.
2017 SIAP Award from the Arts Council of Northern Ireland supported research for my novel Thorn about land & language.
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