Debut writer KJ Orr beats Hilary Mantel to short story prize

Debut writer KJ Orr beats Hilary Mantel to short story prize
 

Debut author KJ Orr has won the BBC national short story award for Disappearances, beating the likes of double Booker winner, Hilary Mantel.
The £15,000 prize was presented to London-born Orr by Woman's Hour's Dame Jenni Murray at a ceremony in London.
Author and judge Kei Miller described Disappearances as "a near perfect example of how the short story works".
The story about guilt and identity was inspired by Orr watching a solitary man in a cafe while in Argentina.
It tells the tale of a retired plastic surgeon who develops a relationship with a local waitress.
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4 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 48
Source: BBC
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