Twice Pushcart-nominated Kay Sexton has recently completed ‘Green Thought in an Urban Shade’, a words and pictures exhibition with Irish painter Fion Gunn that explored parks and green space in four cities around the world. ‘Green Thought’ was shown at two London galleries, Dublin’s National Botanic Gardens and the Tsinghua University, Beijing. In the four years she has been writing, Kay’s fiction has been chosen for over twenty anthologies, recent magazine publications include Ambit, Frogmore Papers, Lichen (Canada), and Mindprints (USA) and her work can be found online at the links below.
She was a finalist in the 2007 University of Hertfordshire Writing Award and was runner-up in the 2004 Guardian short fiction contest judged by Dave Eggers. Her novel, Gatekeeper, is currently with an agent and she is working on a second novel about pornography and rivers in 1920s Hampshire.
Size isn’t everything, but it can mean life or death when Matthew and Liz come to town.
- Length: 12 pages
- Age Rating: 18
- Genre: Fiction, Horror