Howell Grange by Bruce Harris, a story of a Northern mine-owning family set in the mid-nineteenth century, will be published by the Book Guild on October 28th 2019.
Already available for ordering at:
The Book Guild
Bruce Harris is a Devon-based author and poet who has been extensively published in both print and online magazines and consistently successful in short fiction and poetry competitions since 2004.
Howell Grange is his first novel.
Bruce has published four collections of short fiction:
First Flame (Sentinel Poetry Movement, 2013)
Odds Against (Earlyworks Press, 2017)
The Guy Thing (The Linnet’s Wings, 2018)
A Collection of Words (Words Magazine, 2018)
and three poetry anthologies:
Raised Voices (Lulu/Tohunga 2014)
Kaleidoscope (Artificium 2017)
The Huntington Hydra (The Recusant, 2019).
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Fiction Published in Anthologies
Print and Online Magazine Publications
Bruce’s awards list includes prizes, commendations or listings in competitions organised by Momaya Press, Writers’ Bureau (twice); Grace Dieu Writers’ Circle (five times); Cinnamon Press, Artificium (twice), Biscuit Publishing, Yeovil Prize, Milton Keynes Speakeasy (three times), Exeter Writers, Fylde Writers, First Writer, Brighton Writers (three times), Ifanca Helene James Competition, Ink Tears, Wells Literary Festival, Wirral Festival of Firsts, New Writer, Segora (twice), Sentinel Quarterly, Swale Life, Rubery Short Story Competition, Mearns Writers, Nantwich Festival, Bedford Writing Competition (twice), Havant Literary Festival, Earlyworks Press, Southport Writers’ Circle (twice), West Sussex Writers, Lichfield Writers’ Circle, Cheer Reader (three times), TLC Creative, 3into1 Short Story Competition, Waterloo Commemoration Short Story Competition, Meridian, Homestart Bridgwater Competition, Five Stop Story (three times), JB Writers’ Bureau, Red Line (three times), Bridport Prize shortlist (twice) and Bristol Prize longlist. He has also been extensively published in magazines and e-zines.