Stuart Evers

Stuart Evers was born in Macclesfield, Cheshire in 1976. His first book, Ten Stories About Smoking was published by Picador in 2011 and won The London Book Award. His short fiction has appeared in Prospect,, The Reader and 3:AM, and he regularly writes about books for The Guardian, The Independent, The Telegraph and The Observer. If This is Home – his debut novel – was published in 2012. His second collection, Your Father Sends His Love was published by Picador in 2015. Stuart has previously contributed to Comma's Beta-Life anthology, and his essay on the great American short story writer, Sherwood Anderson features in Morphologies. He was announced as the joint winner of the 2018 Eccles British Library Writer’s Award - one of Europe's richest prizes for a work in progress.

Anthologies featuring Stuart Evers


Short stories from an A-Life Future, inspired by the vway we interact with technology, the roles we adopt in an increasingly ‘intelligent’ environment, and how we interface with each other.

Protest: Stories of Resistance

The paperback edition of our bestselling anthology of British protest inspired short stories.


Covering a century of writing that arguably saw all the major short forms emerge, from Hawthorne's 'Twice Told Tales' to Kafka's modernist nightmares, these essays offer new and unique inroads into classic texts, both for the literature student and aspiring writer.

Protest: Stories of Resistance

This book asks 20 authors and 20 historians to bring crucial moments of British protest to life.