An original short story for radio by Julia Armfield about open houses, onward chains and lingering presences.
"Compact, the listing read, well-situated. A rare and lovely find." An original short story for radio by Julia Armfield about open houses, onward chains and lingering presences.
Julia Armfield lives and works in London. She is a fiction writer and occasional playwright with a Master’s in Victorian Art and Literature from Royal Holloway University. Her work has been published in Lighthouse, Analog Magazine, Neon Magazine and Best British Short Stories 2019. She was commended in the Moth Short Story Prize 2017, long-listed for the Deborah Rogers Prize 2018 and was the winner of The White Review Short Story Prize 2018. Her debut collection, salt slow, was published by Picador in May 2019.
Read by Caroline Lennon
Produced by Mair Bosworth