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Separated From the Sea is the debut short story collection from award-winning author, Amanda Huggins.
Crossing oceans from Japan to New York and from England to Havana, these stories are filled with a sense of yearning, of loss, of not quite belonging, of not being sure that things are what you thought they were. They are stories imbued with pathos and irony, humour and hope.
Evie meets a past love but he's not the person she thinks he is; a visit to the most romantic city in the world reveals the truth about an affair; Satseko discovers an attentive neighbour is much more than that; Eleanor's journey on the London Underground doesn't take her where she thought it would.
Amanda Huggins lives in Yorkshire and works in engineering. Separated From the Sea is her first full-length short story collection. Her fiction and travel writing have been published in a number of literary journals, guidebooks and anthologies, as well as in magazines and newspapers including the Guardian, Daily Telegraph, Mslexia, and Wanderlust. In 2014 she won the British Guild of Travel Writers New Travel Writer Award, and her flash fiction collection, Brightly Coloured Horses, was published by Chapeltown Books in 2018.