Writing That Risks

It’s not often that a book comes out sooner than promised – usually it is quite the opposite, as publishers and editors trot out a huge list of excuses for unforseen delays. A while back I sold a story to an anthology called Writing that RisksWriting That Risks (Red Bridge Press) and was promised it would be ready August/September.  So I thought I could safely expect it for Christmas. But today I got an email from the editor informing me that the book is on sale already and available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble and other on-line retailers.

I’ve been looking forward to this anthology particularly as it features a story of which I am particularly proud – one that I thought would be hard to find a home for, one that I really enjoyed but one that a lot of readers simply might not get. So thanks to Liana Holmberg for getting it and for buying it and for sending it out into the big bad world. I hope others get it and enjoy it and I’d love to hear from anyone who reads the anthology – one way or the other.

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About Bob Neilson

Bob Neilson lives in Dublin with his wife, two daughters, son, two dogs, one cat and a growing feeling of claustrophobia. In partnership with his wife he runs a successful retail business in Dublin city. His short fiction has appeared extensively in professional and small press markets and he has had two plays performed on RTE and one on Anna Livia FM. He also presented a radio show on Anna Livia for a year. He has had two short story collections published, Without Honour (1997, Aeon Press) and That’s Entertainment (2007, Elastic Press) as well as several comics and a graphic novel. His non-fiction book on the properties of crystals is a best-seller in the UK and Ireland.
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