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Mr Ray French

Lecturer/ Member of the Learning and Teaching Committee

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Arts Cultures and Education
  • School of The Arts

Summary

Ray French's novels All This Is Mine and Going Under have been translated into several languages and optioned for films. His most recent book was End Notes, which he co-edited with Kath Mckay, while his first book, The Red Jag and Other Stories, was shortlisted for the Silver Pen Award. Ray is one of four male authors whose memoirs are featured in the AHRC-funded collection Four Fathers (2006) which they toured nationwide. His short story ‘Migration' was included in the Best European Fiction 2013 anthology. Ray's next novel is Welcome To The Reservation.

Book Chapter

Migration

French, R. (2012). Migration. Best European Fiction 2013, 394 - 404. (Dalkey Archive Press). Dalkey Archive Press

Two short short stories, Stranded’ and ‘Visions of Hull’

French, R. (2011). Two short short stories, Stranded’ and ‘Visions of Hull’. Postcards from Hull, 18 - 21. Humber Mouth Hull City Arts

Elsewhere

French, R. (2012). Elsewhere. Under Travelling Skies, departures from Larkin, 0 - 0. Kingston Press

Insomnia

French, R. (2012). Insomnia. Sketches, Dispatches, Hull Tales and Ballads, 0 - 0. Kingston Press

Journal Article

This Is My Town, These Are My People

French, R. (2012). This Is My Town, These Are My People

Postgraduate supervision

Ray welcomes PhD proposals from students working on a novel, a collection of short stories or creative non-fiction. Current PhD supervisions - Rachel Knightley (novel)