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#15 - The Illiterate Ghost

by Alan Price

Eibonvale Press - Tomorrow, When I Was The Illiterate Ghost

66 pages

Published October 2019


The Illiterate Ghost is a probing collection of short stories, miniatures and flash fictions exploring ideas and feelings of apprehension concerning the satirical, the quirky, the mad, the horrific, the erotic and the unnameable. They're sharp and surprising hauntings that function individually and collectively. Powerful compact fiction to discover the ghosts within us and without.

Alan Price lives in London. He is a poet, scriptwriter, short story writer, film critic for the online Filmuforia and blogger at alanprice69.wordpress.com. His short story collection The Other Side of the Mirror, an alternative take on vampirism, was published by Citron Press in 1999. A TV film A Box of Swan was broadcast on BBC 2 in 1990. Alan has scripted five short films. The last one Pack of Pain (2010) won four international film festival awards. His debut collection of poetry Outfoxing Hyenas was published by Indigo Dreams in 2012. A pamphlet of prose poems Angels at the Edge (Tuba Press) appeared in 2016. The poetry chapbook, Mahler’s Hut was published in 2017 by Original Plus Books. And his latest poetry book is the 2018 Wardrobe Blues for a Japanese Lady (The High Window Press). Alan is currently writing a novel and also working on a series of prose poems based on films with the working title The Cinephile Poems.

 

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