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by Cherry Potts Arachne Press (June 21, 2018)

The Solstice Shorts Festival celebrates the winter solstice, the shortest day of the year with time themed stories poems and songs. 2017 saw the festival go UK wide, with 12 sites taking part at DUSK, in a wave...

Liberty Tales

by Cherry Potts Arachne Press (November 22, 2016)

Short Stories & Poems Inspired by the 800th Anniversary of the Signing of Magna Carta. Arachne Press brings us a celebration of the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta, in the form of poetry and short stories....

Shortest Day Longest Night

by Cherry Potts Arachne Press (December 21, 2016)

Stories and poems from the Solstice Festivals 2015 & 2016. Featuring work from Abby Beckel, Bob Beagrie, Cherry Potts, David Mathews, David McVey, Frances Gapper, Neil Brosnan, Pauline Walker, Sarah Evans, Sarah...

Solstice Shorts

by Cherry Potts, Alison Moore & Imogen Robertson Arachne Press (January 09, 2015)

Sixteen new short stories on the theme of time from the winners and judges of the Solstice Shorts Festival Competition 2014.

Lovers' Lies

by Katy Darby & Cherry Potts Arachne Press (January 30, 2013)

Arachne Press’ second collaboration with Liars’ League bringing the freshness, wit, imagination and passion of their authors to stories of love for romantic cynics and cynical romantics.


by Cherry Potts Arachne Press (November 29, 2012)

Twentyfour new short stories in homage to the East and South London section of the Overground Line: a story for every station from New Cross, Crystal Palace and West Croydon at the Southern extremes of the line,...

London Lies

by Cherry Potts & Katy Darby Arachne Press (September 29, 2012)

A celebration in short stories of what makes London the city it is: the landmarks are there but it is the people who make the city, and the stories, work.