Nina Killham interviews Roelof Bakker

Still writer Nina Killham interviewed Roelof Bakker for her blog a couple of days ago and asked him about the background to Still and Strong Room and how Negative Press London came about. Read her post, here

Still, still being reviewed

It’s wonderful to see Still is still being shared, and as a result also being reviewed. Two intelligent reviews appeared in November in the Short Review and in literary magazine Wasafiri. Sara Baume, the Short Review, 13 November: ‘Inviting writers to compose stories as a specific response is risky business for an editor, but Bakker has been spectacularly … Read more Still, still being reviewed

Q&A | Deborah Klaassen

DEBORAH KLAASSEN LIVES IN LONDON. She is a Dutch, London-based blogger, essayist, philosopher, copywriter and the author of the horror novel Bek dicht en dooreten! (Shut up and eat!). She came to Still via James Miller and contributed the story ‘How To Be a Zombie’. She’s currently writing a crime novel. When did you write … Read more Q&A | Deborah Klaassen

Find ‘Still’ in Foyles on Charing Cross Road

Foyles Art section third floor, Still

A rainy day, perfect for a bit of browsing and a coffee in a bookshop… If you’re near Charing Cross Road, pop into Foyles and you can find Still in the anthologies section on the ground floor… And in the art section on the second floor… Also, the first floor café serves a pucka flat white (actually … Read more Find ‘Still’ in Foyles on Charing Cross Road

Q&A | David Rose

DAVID ROSE LIVES IN ASHFORD. He was forty when his debut story was published in the Literary Review. He has since had around three dozen stories published in literary magazines and anthologies, as well as a mini-collection, Stripe. His first novel, Vault, was published in 2011 (Salt Publishing) and a new story, ‘Puck’ has just … Read more Q&A | David Rose