K.M. Elkes is author of the short fiction collection All That Is Between Us (Ad Hoc Fiction, 2019) which was shortlisted for a Saboteur Award in 2020. He has been longlisted for the BBC National Short Story Award and individual short stories have won, or been placed, in the Manchester Fiction Prize, Royal Society of Literature Prize, and the Bridport Prize. In 2022, he contributed a story to the Comma Press Book of Bristol. His work been published in more than 50 anthologies and literary journals, and featured on school and university curricula in the UK, USA, India and Hong Kong. As a writer from a rural working class background, his work often reflects marginalised voices and places. He is currently writing a debut novel.
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