The Most Normal Town in England: A Collection of Short Stories
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In March 2017 the BBC declared Didcot, an Oxfordshire town of 25,000 people best known for its railway junction and power station cooling towers, 'the most normal town in England'. Ten of its streets, they said, were a particularly close match to the nation's median averages for lifestyle, opinions and experiences.But what makes a town normal, really? And what else goes on in a normal town?In this collection of short stories, forty authors, from Didcot and beyond, tell us tales from England's most normal villages, towns and cities.Submissions for this anthology were co-ordinated, judged and edited by members of Didcot Writers. To find out about future writing opportunities, as well as writing events in our average town, see bit.ly/didcotwriters.
November 15, 2018
6.0 X 0.68 X 9.0 inches | 0.99 pounds
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