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BristolCon Fringe: April 2016 - Q&A

July 11th, 2016 · Comments

At the end of the evening we had the traditional Q&A session. Jo talked about her forthcoming novel, The Summer Goddess. Pete's book, A Tiding of Magpies, is now available. Will talked about reciting stories from memory. And everyone wanted to know where Myfanwy gets her ideas from.

BristolCon Fringe is a monthly reading series produced by the BristolCon Foundation. For details of future events, see our website.

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BristolCon Fringe: April 2016 - Session 3

July 11th, 2016 · Comments

This is the final session from the April Open Mic night. The readers are:

  • Steve Tanner, with part of the first book of a fantasy trilogy
  • Cheryl Morgan, with part of a story called "Snow White’s Wedding"
  • Will Macmillan Jones, a completer short story called "Hatchet"
  • Jonathan L Howard, with part of an unpublished novel, Heart of the Empire

You'll be relieved to know that there is no cannibalism in this one, though there is one very violent moment.

BristolCon Fringe is a monthly reading series produced by the BristolCon Foundation. For details of future events, see our website.

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BristolCon Fringe: April 2016 - Session 2

July 11th, 2016 · Comments

Continuing our April Open Mic night, the readers in the second session were:

  • Kevlin Henney, with some of his trademark flash fiction
  • Pete Sutton, with a story from his collection, A Tiding of Magpies
  • Joanne Hall, with an extract from the novel she is currently writing, Gods of the Grey City
  • Myfanwy Rodman, a really gruesome story called "Zombie Walk"

This session absolutely earned the explicit tag.

BristolCon Fringe is a monthly reading series produced by the BristolCon Foundation. For details of future events, see our website.

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BristolCon Fringe: April 2016 - Session 1

July 11th, 2016 · Comments

April is our traditional Open Mic night. Each reader is given 5 minutes to read whatever they want. Sometimes we get parts of novels, sometimes complete flash fiction, and sometimes something in between. In the first session the readers were:

  • Justin Newland, who read from a fantasy novel set in ancient times
  • Amanda Huskisson, more Egyptian fantasy
  • Jack Anderson – an historical novel about Hannibal
  • Jackie Rogers – flash fantasy

BristolCon Fringe is a monthly reading series produced by the BristolCon Foundation. For details of future events, see our website.

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