Jan Carson - 365 Postcard Stories
Jan Carson is a writer based in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Her first novel, Malcom Orange Disappears in 2014 was followed by a short story collection Children's Children in 2016. Her latest publication is an anthology of flash fiction, Postcard Stories - a project in which he set herself a challenge to write a short story every day for 365 days straight, scribble them down on postcards and and mail them to friends, family and acquaintances all around the world. Last year Carson won the Harper's Bazaar UK short story competition, and her radio drama monologue UnRavelling, read by Liam Neeson, was broadcast on the BBC in June 2017. She is coming to Aotearoa for LitCrawl 2017 in Wellington.