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Publications for Christine Hirst

Christine Hirst

Christine Hirst was born in Birmingham but now lives in Harlech in north Wales. Her family, originally from south Wales, lived in the Mountain Ash area. As a young woman she worked as a book reviewer and freelance journalist in Liverpool and later in Connah's Quay, north Wales. After moving to Shropshire she became a teacher and then head teacher before finally retiring to north Wales. She has been published by Honno and Cambrensis and her work has been shortlisted for the Asham Award.



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Catwomen from Hell

   (Anthology, ed.Janet Thomas)
For some wickedness is pleasure, for some it is power, and for some it is sheer survival.Contemporary short stories.
( 2000) Full details

£7.99     Out of print


Coming up Roses

   (Anthology, ed.Caroline Oakley)
Stories for the Green Fingered:From birth to death, horror to hilarity – a collection of stories for gardeners at home and away.
(January 2008) Full details

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Mirror Mirror

   (Anthology, ed.Patricia Duncker, Janet Thomas)
25 new short stories by women from Wales, including stories by Patricia Duncker, Jo Mazelis, Jenny Sullivan, and Nia Williams, writing on the theme of " The Other Woman..."


( 2004) Full details

£7.99     Out of print


The Woman Who Loved Cucumbers

   (Anthology, ed.Patricia Duncker, Janet Thomas)
A collection of 22 short stories of food as sin, sex, ritual and revenge by new and established women writers from Wales.
( 2002) Full details

£7.99     Out of print


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