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Sarah Hall News
Sarah in conversation with Tessa Hadley: www.granta.com
Sarah has a new short story called The Bridgewalker on BBC Radio 4 www.bbc.co.uk
My Writing Day in the Guardian: www.theguardian.com
The Lake District has been granted Unesco world heritage status and Sarah has written this article in response: www.telegraph.co.uk
Review of Madame Zero – exceptional short stories www.theguardian.com
Sarah was on BBC Radio 4's Front Row, Friday 7th July www.bbc.co.uk
Madame Zero, a haunting collection of stories, published July 2017 www.amazon.co.uk
Sarah has published a new short story called 'Orton' in The Amorist: www.theamorist.co.uk
Art & Sexuality 23rd May, at the Norfolk and Norwich festival: www.nnfestival.org.uk
An abridged version of the new introduction Sarah wrote for the reissue of James Salter's A Sport And A Pastime: www.theguardian.com
Sarah's written a new short story, commissioned by Sotheby's to accompany their erotic art auction: www.sothebys.com
The Carhullan Army: a near-future struggle that feels all too close www.theguardian.com/books
Sarah is on the judging panel for the 2017 Man Booker prize. www.foyles.co.uk/news
Waterstones Best Fiction of 2016: www.waterstones.com
Sarah Hall: sex, death and the short story www.theguardian.com/books
Sarah's been made a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature: www.rsliterature.org
RSL welcomes new Director Tim Robertson, he cites Sarah as one of his 'literary lodestars' www.rsliterature.org
Sarah had a short story called 'One in Four' published in the RA Magazine: www.royalacademy.org.uk/ra-magazine
Sarah was a judge for the International Dylan Thomas Prize 2016 Congratulations to Max Porter: www.theguardian.com/books
The Wolf Border has been short listed for the Sky South Bank Show's Literature Award: www.telegraph.co.uk
James Tait Black shortlist: The Wolf Border is shortlisted in the Fiction category. www.theguardian.com/books
Sarah will be appearing at the Norfolk & Norwich Festival, in May: www.nnfestival.org.uk
Mumsnet, March Book of the Month: The Wolf Border by Sarah Hall www.mumsnet.com/books/bookclub
Sarah has contributed a short story to a new anthology, Reader, I Married Him edited by Tracy Chevalier. www.harpercollins.co.uk
The Australian: Best Books of the Year: www.theaustralian.com.au
In the Cumbria Life Culture Awards 2015 Sarah was awarded Writer of the Year for 'A powerful depiction of several competing versions of Cumbria’. Find out more...
Sarah is one of the judges for the BBC National Short Story Award 2015 shortlist announced:
Sarah's new novel, The Wolf Border published April in the UK and June in the US. Find out more...
The book will also be adapted for Radio 4, Book At Bedtime, week commencing 18th May www.bbc.co.uk/programmes
Sarah appeared on Radio 3, Private Passions - 29th March, listen again: www.bbc.co.uk/programmes
Sarah was the 2014 recipient of the E M Forster Award, announced in March by the The American Academy of Arts and Letters.
Sarah is a judge for the Sunday Times EFG Private Bank Short Story Award the longlist has been announced:
Sarah won the BBC National Short Story Award 2013 with her story 'Mrs Fox' www.booktrust.org.uk/news
'Mrs Fox' on Radio 4, 23rd September:
The short story commissioned by the BBC to commemorate the 50th anniversary of The Feminine Mystique by Betty Friedan will air on 16th August at 3.45 on Radio 4. The new story is called Theatre Six.
- Theatre Six transcript
Sarah has recently recorded a program on the Cumbrian literary landscape for Radio 4's Open Book, where she talks about Haweswater, The Carhullan Army, and stories from The Beautiful Indifference, with Mariella Frostrup. Sunday 11th August (repeated 15th).
Sarah's short story collection The Beautiful Indifference recently got an honourable mention in an interview with James Salter for Guernica magazine. www.guernicamag.com
An interview about her short stories hosted by Steve Wasserman for the University of Chichester: Click here
The Beautiful Indifference has won the Edge Hill Short Story Prize and Readers Award: www.edgehill.ac.uk/news
Sarah was on Radio 4's Woman's Hour, Friday 2nd December.
Sarah discussed The Beautiful Indifference with Mariella Frostrup on Radio 4's Open Book on 20th November:
The collection was featured on Radio 4's Saturday Review program on 5th November. Listen Again:
Sarah presented a two-part science-fiction documentary, called Cat Women of the Moon. It was repeated on Radio 4 in December 2011.
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