Jane Seaford


My novel ‘Archie’s Daughter’ was e-published by Really Blue Books (nothing to do with porn) in 2012. It has received excellent reviews. Several of my short stories have been placed, highly commended or short-listed in international competitions. Many have appeared in anthologies or magazines. Others have been broadcast on Radio New Zealand. As a freelance journalist I had a column in a magazine called ‘Bonjour’ and sold pieces to the Guardian, the Independent and other British publications. A story collection ‘Dead is Dead and Other Stories’ and another novel ‘The Insides of Banana Skins’ are due out in November 2016. And I am the joint fiction editor for takahe, a New Zealand literary magazine.

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Dead is Dead and Other Stories
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 54,920. Language: English. Published: November 23, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Literature » Literary, Fiction » Women's fiction » General
A gun goes missing, a boy is paralysed after sliding off a roof, a father of two becomes a woman. This is a stunning collection of stories that delve into the complicated and challenging incidents of everyday life. They are disturbing and unforgettable, will leaving the reader wanting more. This is a complex and compelling read that will delight at every turn of the page.
The Insides of Banana Skins
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 96,790. Language: English. Published: November 23, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Urban, Fiction » Coming of age
London 1960s Drugs Sex Squalor. Sukey, 17 and uncertain, lives with Kitty, a stripper, with Malc, a drug dealer, and Jaz, who has sexual identity issues. Downstairs Bridie sells sex to support her kids. Readers are drawn into the heart of the sexual revolution as the flatmates face death, destruction and sex at its rawest. This novel is authentic haunting and shocking.

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