Late Night River Lights –
Collected Stories / Collected Authors
Late at night darkness is punctuated by stars;
the river, by lights. Gathered from around the
world, EditRED’s second collection has
twenty-three new stories by the emerging
lights in contemporary short fiction.
Contemplative, reflective, and disruptive these
dark modern tales shine out of the shadows to
flicker across continents. Their messages ripple
like morse code mirrored on water, moving
upstream and cast over oceans.
Decipher their meaning.
The Binnacle, The Literary Journal of Coastal Maine, was founded in 1957 as a part of the University of Maine at Machias yearbook and began to publish individual volumes in 1969. Today it publishes a Spring and Fall edition as well as an annual Ultra-Short edition
Prizes and Awards for Short Fiction :
Runner up in The Sefton Arts Prize 2012.
Third Place in The West Coast Eisteddfod Competition 2012.
First place in The Page is Printed Prize 2011
First prize in The H E Bates Competition.
Second place in The Rotherham Arts Competition, and The Pages Competition 2007 and 2008.
Short listed for The Ted Walters Competition, The Sid Chaplin Competition, and The Doris Goodersen Competition.
Long Listed for The Glass Woman Prize.
Honoured at The Binnacle Competition 2009 and 2010, and 2012
Samantha has written articles and essays for Underwired, Sasee, Whiskey, Spirit and Life!, Spanish Paradise, Saley Publications, Best of British, Charlotte Parent, This England, StaySure Travel Blog, and The Scottish Women’s Rural Institute, Kitschmix, Restoconnection, How to be a Redhead, and The Metro.
Available for commissions.