fbpx

Longstanding CWP tutor Hannah Vincent has had a short story broadcast on Radio 4. The story, entitled Stew Woman, is part of the broadcaster’s Short Works series. 

Stew believes that the world is his oyster. He has large appetites for food and women. And his wife is planning a very unusual dinner for him.

You can listen to the story, which lasts 14 minutes, here.

Hannah lives in Brighton. She began her writing life as a playwright and her first radio play Come to Grief was a re-working of one of her stage plays. It won the BBC 2015 Audio Award for Best Adaptation. She is the author of the novels Alarm Girl and The Weaning and the collection She-Clown, And Other Stories.

Congratulations Hannah!