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66 Six-Sentence Stories

29 June 2011

‘66 six-sentence stories' is now ready for purchase. The book is comprised of stories written by staff, students and alumni and was put together by Eamonn Reading (Chemistry 2007- ) and Lewin Appleton-Fox. The book will raise money for the National Literary Trust and the Alumni Foundation, which awarded Eamonn £100 to set the project up.

The book contains stories written by staff, students and alumni and was put together by Eamonn Reading (Chemistry 2007- ) and Lewin Appleton-Fox. It will raise money for the National Literary Trust and the Alumni Foundation, which awarded Eamonn £100 to set the project up.

With so many stories to choose from, the book took longer to put together than Eamonn and Lewin had originally anticipated, but the effort really paid off. Gaby Selby created the front cover and the book illustrations were done by Hatty Ingle, both have been a real addition to the whole project with their newspaper type sketches and incredible capturing of each story's mood.

Eamonn said: ‘The whole thing was fantastic fun and I don't think I have had as much fulfilment in producing anything.’

Take a browse through the book below.

You can buy the book for £10.99 (including postage) here.