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Publications for Nia Williams

Nia Williams

Nia Williams

Nia Williams was born and grew up in Cardiff. She studied History at Exeter University and European Studies at Reading, going on to train in press and broadcast journalism. She now lives in Oxford, where she works as a freelance writer, editor and accompanist. Her short stories have been published in magazines and anthologies and broadcast on radio.

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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

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

Persons Living or Dead

   (Nia Williams)
When two women excavate an abandoned garden, they find they have much more in common than an errant husband and son. A passionate story of love and loss.
(September 2005) Full details

£7.99      BUY NOW


   (Anthology, ed.Elin ap Hywel)
Established authors such as Jenny Sullivan, Clare Morgan and Nia Willams join with new writers in this inspirational second collection of stories from Honno.
( 1998) Full details

£7.95     Out of print

The Pier Glass

   (Nia Williams)
A compelling first novel interweaving lives across five centuries in a plot of epic dimensions.
( 2001) Full details

£7.99      BUY NOW

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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