Adam is a co-director of Cinnamon Press and editor of Cinnamon's Liquorice Fish Books imprint. When he's not editing, designing book covers, or posting blogs here, Adam writes novels and short fiction … published by Cinnamon Press.

Writing Guides for Innovative Fiction

We're just back from a stunning week-end at Cinnamon's 10th anniversary bash at the NN Gallery, Northampton. I was lucky enough to lead a workshop on the last day, for a very attentive and enthusiastic group of writers, on the topic of non-linear narratives. During a general discussion of innovative (or "experimental" — you pays your money and takes your choice) writing, I mentioned a couple of books that I'd found helpful and promised to do a short list of titles I've found useful in a future blog. So, without further ado:

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'Lies We Tell Ourselves' Winners

The results of the latest Liquorice Fish Books mini-competition have now been announced. The winning entries are:

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2015 Short Story Prize Winners

We're very pleased to announce the winners of the 2015 Annual Short Story Prize.

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Sneak Preview

It's always good to announce any forthcoming title, but this one is particularly exciting ...

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New Liquorice Fish Releases

proof copies of Past Tense and Ed's WifeThe proof copies of the next two Liquorice Fish Books releases arrived this week.

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The Vitus Dreams Acid Test

Actually two acid tests in the same week and neither of them having anything to do with Ken Kesey.

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Under the Covers

Under the Covers

Growing up in the age of the gatefold sleeve and the triple album, I always wanted to design record covers and was deeply upset to have to accept that I was never going to be Roger Dean or Rodney Matthews. Fast forward, oh, at least that many years, and here I am, designing covers for Cinnamon books. Is it as exciting, as glamorous, as just, well, stunning as I'd dreamed? Well …

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