Let Me Tell You a Story

short fiction and poems with their own soundtracks

A collection of short literary fiction and poetry, each with its own sound track accessible straight from the page [THERE IS NO CD; sound tracks are accessed by scanning QR codes on the page] and recorded by the authors themselves. Some set in contemporary realism, others in science fiction, fantasy, or disturbing inner worlds; the stories and poems explore themes of relationships, disability, loss and vengeance. The Foreword is by Ian McMillan; poet, broadcaster, and presenter of BBC Radio Three's The Verb. Contributors include Anne O'Brien(Ireland), Tracy Fells (UK), Nguyen Phan Que Mai (Vietnam), Lyn Jennings (UK), Phillippa Yaa de Villiers (South Africa), Suzanne Conboy-Hill (UK). De Villiers was commissioned to write and perform the Commonwealth Day poem before Queen Elizabeth II at Westminster Abbey in 2014; Nguyen Phan wrote and delivered the UN International Women's Day poem in 2016.

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About Suzanne Conboy-Hill

Dr Suzanne Conboy-Hill is a past psychologist, Lascaux Short Fiction, Flash Fiction Chronicles, Pen2Paper, Mash Stories Finalist, and Best of the Net nominee. Her stories – some SF, some speculative, and some based in grim realism -  have been published by Zouch Magazine, Ether Books, Full of Crow, Fine Linen, and the Lascaux 2014 anthology amongst others. Writing as P. Spencer-Beck, Not Being First Fish is available from Amazon, Lulu, and Barnes & Noble. Her second, Let Me Tell You a Story - an anthology of short fiction and poetry -  is also now available from the same outlets. She lives in the UK; this is her website

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