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Jamie Guiney is a literary fiction writer from County Armagh, Northern Ireland. His debut short story collection 'The Wooden Hill', published by époque press, was shortlisted under Best Short Story Collection, in the 2019 Saboteur Awards. Jamie's short stories have been published internationally, broadcast on BBC Radio 4, and he has been nominated twice for the 'The Pushcart Prize.' 

Jamie is a graduate of the Faber & Faber Writing Academy and has twice been a judge for short story competition 'The New Rose Prize.' His work has been backed by the Northern Ireland Arts Council through several Individual Artist Awards and he has also been chosen by Lagan Online as one of their New Original Writers. 

Jamie favours the short story genre, believing it to be the closest written prose to the traditional art of storytelling. Jamie is represented by literary agent Kim Witherspoon, founding partner of Inkwell Management, NYC.

Listen to two short stories from The Wooden Hill recited by Jamie below...

You can purchase The Wooden Hill from our bookshop or all the usual outlets.

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