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The Things We Keep in the Cupboard-bookcover

By: Kathryn Lund

The Things We Keep in the Cupboard

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The Things We Keep in the Cupboard is a collection of four short stories which reflect on lives not quite lived.

In the title story, Linda May Grey is dead but there are things that need to be dealt with. She has left eight items for collection but there is no answer to the executor’s letters. Will anyone come forward to claim them?

In Whatever Happened to Sarah-Jayne? (shortlisted by the Cinnamon Press Short Story Competition) Otis is haunted by a life he could have lived, if only he hadn’t told her about what happened in the cloakroom.

Transplant sees Raf Lieke returning home to a familiar face, but is the person underneath it the same as when he left?

I Salute the Sea is set in a strange future where each person is awarded one day in an ultimate reality. But when you have just one day to tell a stranger you love them, just one day to live a lifetime, what day would you choose?

Kathryn Lund identifies as a queer, environmentalist, feminist northerner, born and raised in Lancashire and living in Yorkshire. The death of her mother from bile duct cancer and her own functional neurological disorder with its associated mental health problems are strong influences in her writing.

She graduated her MA with a distinction and the Blackwell Prize in creative writing. Her first novel, which was developed from her major project, is due to be published by Atmosphere Press and is titled The Things We Left Sleeping.

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