Award-winning writer, Ursula Brunetti
Ursula Brunetti is a short story writer and novelist. Winner of the Royal Society Of Literature’s V.S. Pritchett Short Story Prize 2019, her work has been featured in Prospect, Popshot Magazine, The Willesden Herald, The Londonist, Fairlight Books and Visual Verse among others. A graduate of the Faber Academy, Ursula is working on her debut novel and a collection of feminist short stories.
Her writing has been commended and praised by former VOGUE editor Alexandra Shulman, Harper’s Bazaar and Candice Carty-Williams.
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‘In America’ published in the Fantasy issue of Popshot Literary Magazine
The Willesden Herald 2019
‘Satellites’ published by The Willesden Herald: New Voices 11
‘After Hope and Fear’ published online by literary fiction publishers ‘Fairlight Books’
Invited as a lead contributor to Visual Verse flash fiction portal
‘Beetleboy’ to be published by Prospect as part of the RSL V.S. Pritchett prize
‘Clean Living’ published in The Londonist
Short story ‘Barrett’ was performed at Liar’s League
‘Cup of Tea’ published in Ink Tears collection of flash fiction
Finalist for the VOGUE Talent Contest for young writers
Shortlist for the Harper’s Bazaar Short Story Competition 2019
The Royal Society Of Literature
‘Beetleboy’ chosen as the winner of the RSL’s V.S. Pritchett Short Story Competition 2019
‘A History Of Art and Sex’ won 3rd Prize for the ITT Tallaght Short Story Competition 2017 in association with Dublin’s Red Line Book Festival’
The Short Story
‘Cher May Be Queen’ shortlisted for the TSS Prize 2018
‘Fast Forward’ won first prize for their Flash Fiction competition