A collection of short stories rooted in the South Downs
'I see myself uncurling her fingers, one by one, from their grip on the open door of the car, and feel the wool of her coat against the palm of my hand as I push down on her shoulders until, head bowed, she folds like a broken doll into the passenger seat.'
'Gina Challen's haunting "Undercurrents" mesmerised and amazed me in equal measure. How did the author cram such a richly textured narrative into such a small space? How did she manage to say so much with so few words?' Katy Darby.
'This Collection is surely a prize winner. I urge you to buy a copy and see for yourself.' Jez Noond
Published by Valley Press Ltd and available to buy from Waterstones, Foyles, Amazon, other bookshops and at Valley Press Ltd.
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ne 20th Festival of Chichester reading from Chalk Tracks
June 20th: 2019 Reading from Chalk Tracks at the Festival of Chichester.
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