A Stone Statue in the Future by Ben Myers (eBook)

A new collaboration between Little Toller and Bluemoose Books – a brand new short story by the award winning novelist Ben Myers. A Stone Statue in the Future is available exclusively from the Little Toller website as an e-book. All proceeds will be divided between Little Toller, Bluemoose and the author.

‘Book by book, over the past decade, Ben Myers has proved himself to be one of the most singular, moving and crucial voices of our times…’ -David Peace

Supporting independent publishers and writers in difficult times.

Once purchased, you can download the zip file which contains three files: ePub (Most common ebook format), PDF (accessible  file format) and Mobi (Amazon kindle devices).
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£3.00

In stock

Description

Benjamin Myers is a prize-winning author and journalist, whose work has been translated into several languages. His books include The Offing (2019), The Gallows Pole, Beastings, Pig Iron and Under the Rock, as well as the ‘folk-crime’ novels Turning Blue and These Darkening Days. A forthcoming project is his introduction to Little Toller’s  nature classic, Millstone Grit by Glyn Hughes – a poet’s walk through the dales of West Yorkshire. Ben lives in the Upper Calder Valley, West Yorkshire.

Bluemoose Books is a prize-winning publisher of literary fiction. Based in Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, it was founded in 2006 by Kevin and Hetha Duffy. Innovative and brave, like Little Toller, they may not have the heft of a London publisher, but like us, have gathered together a family of readers who are passionate about the written word and the transformative power of stories.

1 review for A Stone Statue in the Future by Ben Myers (eBook)

  1. Henrike Hirsch (verified owner)

    Great cause and a great read. Amazing how many details can be put into a short story, isn’t it? So many things to discover and think about. I’ll definitely read this again and again. Highly recommend buying this story!

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