Q&A | Mark Piggott

MARK PIGGOTT IS FROM ARCHWAY, NORTH LONDON. His first two novels, Fire Horses and Out of Office, were published by Legend Press. His short stories have appeared in magazines and anthologies including 3:AM and Pulp Books. For Still, he has written a new story ‘Midnight Hollow’, in which a caretaker returns to the place he used … Read more Q&A | Mark Piggott

Q&A | SL Grey

SL GREY IS A COLLABORATION OF TWO WRITERS FROM SOUTH AFRICA: Sarah Lotz from Capetown and Louis Greenberg from Johannesburg. Their first novel, The Mall, was published by Corvus in 2011. Their new novel The Ward will be published 1 October 2012. Their next novel, The New Girl, is due for publication in 2013. For Still they wrote ‘Still’, a story … Read more Q&A | SL Grey

Q&A | Jan Woolf

JAN WOOLF IS A WRITER AND REVIEWER WHO LIVES IN LONDON. Her first book Fugues on a Funny Bone, a collection of short stories, was published by Muswell Press in 2010. She’s currently putting the finishing touches to a novel based on the memoirs of a Polish painter. The story ‘Ten a Day’ revisits the concept of … Read more Q&A | Jan Woolf

Q&A | Andrew Blackman

ANDREW BLACKMAN CURRENTLY LIVES IN BARBADOS. His debut novel On the Holloway Road (Legend Press, 2009) won the Luke Bitmead Writer’s Bursary and was shortlisted for the Dundee International Book Prize. Blackman was the first writer Roelof Bakker approached. His immediate enthusiasm helped kickstart Still. His novel, A Virtual Love, will be published in 2013. … Read more Q&A | Andrew Blackman

Q&A | Tania Hershman

In the first of a series of interviews with writers from Still, Tania Hershman talks about her life as a writer and her approach to the story she wrote for Still. TANIA HERSHMAN LIVES IN BRISTOL. Her first book, The White Road and Other Stories (Salt, 2008), was commended in the 2009 Orange Award for New Writers, … Read more Q&A | Tania Hershman

How interesting projects come about

The book Still probably would never have happened, if it wasn’t for the enthusiasm of Andrew Blackman, the first writer that photographer Roelof Bakker contacted. There’s an inspiring post on his blog on how interesting projects come about. The post also explains how Blackman helped kickstart Still. ANDREW BLACKMAN WEBSITE

Contributing writers announced

There are twenty-six writers contributing new short stories to Still and they are from all over the globe or have roots in many places, including Great Britain, USA, Canada, Pakistan, South Africa, Australia, The Netherlands, Switzerland, Kenya, Zimbabwe, Hong Kong and Malaysia. Writers are in alphabetical order: Richard Beard, Andrew Blackman, SJ Butler, Myriam Frey, SL Grey, … Read more Contributing writers announced