Rebecca Lloyd

Rebecca Lloyd

Winning the 2008 Bristol Short Story Prize for her story 'The River', Rebecca Lloyd, a writer and editor from Bristol, UK, was shortlisted in the 2010 Dundee International Book Prize and was a semi-finalist in the Hudson Prize for a short story collection in the same year. Her novel Halfling was published by Walker Books in 2011, and in the following year she was co-editor with Indira Chandrasekhar, of Pangea, an Anthology of Stories from Around the Globe, with Thames River Press. In 2014, her short story collection Whelp and Other Stories was shortlisted in the Paul Bowles Award for Short Fiction, and her collection The View From Endless Street was published by WiDo Publishing.

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Edited by 2015-08-03 (Seregil of Rhiminee)
Speculative Fiction Novels (8)
2019  The Child Cephalina
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2018  The Bellboy
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2017  Seven Strange Stories
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2016  Oothangbart: A Subversive Fable for Adults and Bears
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2016  Ragman & Other Family Curses
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2016  Jack Werrett The Flood Man
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2014  Mercy and Other Stories
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2014  The View from Endless Street: Short Stories from the South of England
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