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Anstey Harris

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Anstey Harris is based by the seaside in south-east England where she lives with her violinmaker husband and two dogs. She teaches creative writing in the community, local schools, and occasionally as an associate lecturer for Christchurch University in Canterbury. If you'd like to have a go at some writing exercises with Anstey, head over to Instagram and look at her IGTV channel, where she also interviews authors about their journeys and tips for writing.

Anstey writes about the things that make people tick, the things that bind us and the things that can rip us apart. In 2015, she won the H G Wells Short Story Prize for her story, Ruby and The Truths and Triumphs of Grace Atherton (a Richard and Judy pick for July 2019) won the RNA Sapere
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Striders, a short story

I wrote this short story a couple of years ago about a dream my husband had. There is a lot of sadness around at the moment, but there’s a lot of love too: the world is still a beautiful place. Feel free to share this with anyone you feel might find comfort in it.

Striders by Anstey Spraggan

You used to think you could smell danger on the air; hot summer nights with a whisper of violence, storms br

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Published on March 11, 2019 08:57
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“I was almost tearful by the time we were naked and together in my bed. The frisson between us was everything I'd read of, imagined, I finally understood every piece of music I'd ever played.”
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“This city accepts me just the way I am. In return, I love it back.”
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