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Short stories to enthrall - a zoom launch
Join Cinnamon Press for an online literary evening via Zoom, with two superb story tellers whose collections will enthrall, entertain and delight you.

In Isabelle Llasera's Smog a young girl discovers that riding a bike is more than simply learning balance…
A village is commandeered by the army for target practice… A drive south for the summer becomes a journey through language to an inner place… An unassuming young man is driven to murder…

In Kate North's Punch whether it's a man with a growth on his hand, a couple trying for a baby, a woman finishing a book, a pope with penis envy, or a bullied girl, the characters caught in the slipstream world have no choice but to look again at their surroundings and themselves. Humorous, disturbing, this short story collection will amaze and unnerve you or make you laugh out loud.

The event will begin at 7 p.m. on Thursday October 1 and will include a Q&A session with the online audience after the readings.

We're asking you to register so that we can manage the online space and to contribute a small registration fee which you can offset by using the discount code available during the launch against book purchases for all attendees.

We hope to see you there.

Oct 1, 2020 07:00 PM in London

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Kate North
Kate North’s first novel, Eva Shell, was published by Cinnamon Press in 2008 and her poetry collection, Bistro, in 2012. She writes and edits for a number of journals and publications. She has a PhD in Creative and Critical Writing from Cardiff University and an MA in Creative Writing from the University of East Anglia. She lives and teaches in Cardiff. Visit her website: www.katenorth.co.uk or follow her on Twitter @katetnorth.
Isabelle Llasera
Isabelle Llasera was born of French parents in London. She has worked in Scotland, China, England, Spain and France, teaching, training teachers and organizing cultural events. She co-edited Cross-References, French Literary Theory and the Practice of Criticism (French Studies). Her short story "The Madman" was published in the HISSAC anthology of winning stories in 2014. Her story "Muse" won a prize in the 2013 Segora short story competition. She now divides her time between Paris and a tiny mountain village in the south of France.