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‘Seizure’ novella editor announced

Seizure has announced that Tom Langshaw will edit its 2016 Viva La Novella project.

Langshaw, who works as an editorial and publishing assistant at Penguin Random House, was chosen from more than 40 applications. Assisted by Seizure editor-in-chief Alice Grundy, Langshaw will choose and edit two novellas from more than 100 entries to be published later this year.

Last year Seizure published three novellas as part of the project—The End of Seeing by Christy Collins, Formaldehyde by Jane Rawson and Welcome to Orphancorp by Marlee Jane Ward—but said that due to ‘straitened funding’ it can offer only two author prizes this year.

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