Submissions for our show at the Brunswick on 20th February closed on Friday night. We’ve got an impressively sized crop of submissions this time – thanks goes to all the writers who sent in their work. It’s great to know how many people want to come and get involved.
If you are one of those people, we’ll be in touch next week, so keep an eye on your inbox. We’re working our way through the submissions pile now, and will have some tough decisions to make.
Buy your tickets for the show here for just ??4. See you there, rattlers.
If you haven’t been to a Rattle Tales night before, or you have and you want to relive it, we’ve got a couple of new projects you might be interested in.
Our new promotional video is online here, filmed at our February night at Komedia. Watch it if you’re thinking of coming along or submitting: you’ll get a good idea of what we do on our nights.
We’re also planning an anthology, with stories from all the Rattle Tales nights so far included. Watch this space for details.
If you’d like the chance to see your work in print in future anthologies, submit to our Brighton Festival Fringe show on 14th May. The deadline is 23rd April. Details here.
Starlings, the new novel by Rattle Tales’ own Erinna Mettler, is now on sale. Published by Revenge Ink, Starlings is an episodic (or daisy chain) novel set in Brighton. Each chapter tells the story of a different character, the lives of all of them separate, but intertwined.
For more info, check out the Starlings facebook page.
To buy, head to City Books or Kemptown Bookshop in Brighton, or Amazon.
Thresholds, the home of the International Postgraduate Short Story Forum (based at the University of Chichester) have published an article about us.?? Written by founder member Erinna Mettler, the article tells the story of how and why Rattle Tales got started, our opening night, and our plans for the future – including our next night at the Marlborough this Sunday 12th.?? Check it out here