Thanks to everyone who came down to the fifth instalment of Unsung Live last night at The Star of Kings for another night showcasing some of the best in contemporary speculative short fiction.
Kicking things off was Peter Sutton, reading three dark pieces of flash from his collection A Tiding of Magpies: 'Roadkill', where brothers on a car journey spend time by counting bodies by the side of the road; post-apocalyptic weirdness for a wandering zoologist in 'It Falls'; and the moral quandaries of domestic robots in, 'I, Butler'.
After the break Anne Charnock, author of Sleeping Embers of an Ordinary Mind picked things up with 'Leave the Baby to Cry', a near-future story of parenting and the future of childbirth from her upcoming book Dreams Before the Start of Time.
Finishing up the night was the brilliant Tade Thompson, author of Making Wolf and Rosewater, reading 'Sliproad', a story of a man trapped in a town and his memory outside Lagos.
We finished up the evening with a giveaway of the authors' books – congratulations to all of the winners!
If you enjoyed the event, please spread the word and tell your friends what they missed out on. Our next live event is Tuesday December 6th so keep join our Meetup group for the lineup announcements and the book your seat.
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Here’s what people have said about the night: