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Dan Purdue

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Short story writer. Winner the of H.E. Bates Short Story Competition 2012, Flash 500, and the Chapter One International Short Story Prize 2010. Placed or shortlisted in competitions including the 2012 Seán Ó Faoláin Short Story Competition, The James White Award, Southport Writers' Circle, Brighton CoW, and the NAWG Open Short Story Competition.

Dan's stories have been published in Writers' Forum magazine, The Guardian Online , The Waterhouse Review, Every Day Fiction, Fiction at Work, Defenestration, Words With Jam, and The View From Here.
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There Was Once a Place

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Somewhere to Start From

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Somewhere to Start From

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Well, hello there. It's been a while, hasn't it? The fact that I even managed to remember my Blogger log-in details bears testament to the remarkable resilience of the human brain. I'd assumed such trifling details would have been pushed out of my cerebral cortex long ago by the onslaught of barely having a decent night's sleep in the past three years, combined with being required to memorise Read more of this blog post »
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