Susan Everett

Summary

Susan Everett is a writer, filmmaker and tutor. She won the 1993 Carl Foreman Award for Screenwriting, in association with BAFTA, and has studied at film school in the US. In 1993 Sue’s story ‘DUST’ won the Lynda La Plante “Humour” prize and she was a winner of the 1996 Northern Short Stories Competition. She has written and produced a number of short films. Crazy Horse, her first novel, is published by Route.

Reviews

Reviews for Crazy Horse

Books

Crazy Horse

A rites of passage novel by author and film-maker Susan Everett.This is a cleverly crafted novel focused on that most difficult of journeys – a young woman coming of age.

‘An excellent novel, witty, complex and full of insight. A joy to read.’ – Beryl Bainbridge

Route Offline

Route Offline (Route 20) is a festival of contemporary stories that brings together in printed form a series of distinguished collections which were initially published online.

Route Compendium

Route Compendium (Route 17) is a riot of contemporary stories that brings together in printed form a series of distinguished collections which were initially published online. Contains probably the funniest story Route has ever published.

‘The sharpest, on the button writing you’ll read all year. Route could soon start taking on a Samizdat level of importance as it quietly ushers in the beginnings of a much needed literary renaissance.’ – The Big Issue

Next Stop Hope

Route (14) Next Stop Hope was the first title in the Route Series of Contemporary Stories to appear in book form, the previous 13 issues had been newspapers. This full anthology contains new work from all the regular contributors to the Route newspaper, plus two further collections edited by M Y Alam and Anthony Cropper.

‘Your next stop should be the book shop.’ – Leeds Guide

Tubthumping

First published in 1998, Tubthumping was the pioneering short story collection that was the initial force behind the Route imprint. Full of free self-expression, it turned its back on the sort of storytelling that had come to be deemed northern and parochial.

‘The strength in these stories is the way they reflect the times and refute the sterotypes.’ – Alice Nutter

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