Short story discoveries

“I suppose every Englishman loves flowers” is the first line of the short story “Flowers” by Sylvia Townsend Warner, available on The Guardian.

News on more uncovered short stories:

Two unpublished short stories by Agatha Christie were found in her holiday home featuring Hercule Poirot. The the discovery is told in John Curran’s Agatha Christie’s Secret Notebooks.

“So I Shot Him” by Dashiell Hammett was discovered by the publisher of The Strand Magazine.

“L’Ingratitude” by Charlotte Bronte was found in a Belgian museum and later published with an English translation and audio recording.

Short stories by Daphne du Maurier were found by a bookseller that were collected in The Doll.

Three unpublished short stories by Zora Neale Hurston were found by investigating scholars.

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