Nicole Flattery’s work has been published in The London Review of Books, The New York Times, The Stinging Fly, Sight and Sound, The Dublin Review, BBC Radio 4, Winter Papers and the 2019 Faber anthology of new Irish writing. Her story “Track” won the 2017 White Review Short Story Prize, and her story “Parrot” won the Irish Book Awards Story of the Year prize in 2019. Her first book, the story collection Show Them A Good Time, won the 2020 London Magazine Prize for Debut Fiction and the Kate O’Brien Award. Nothing Special is Nicole’s debut novel.
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Fiction | The Online Edition
‘There was very little I could do in life except get dressed, smoke the correct cigarettes.’
An extract from Nothing Special by Nicole Flattery.
Essays & Memoir | The Online Edition
Best Book of 1962: The Pumpkin Eater
Nicole Flattery on why Penelope Mortimer’s The Pumpkin Eater is the best book of 1962.