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Laura Solomon's published books are Black Light (Tandem Press, NZ, 1996), Nothing Lasting (Tandem Press, NZ, 1997), Alternative Medicine (Flame Books, UK, 2008), An Imitation of Life (Solidus, UK, 2009) and Instant Messages (Proverse Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 2010).
She has twice won a prize in the Bridport competition and has won prizes in the Edwin Morgan International Poetry competition, the Ware Poets competition and Essex Poetry Festival competitions. The two sequels to Solomon's novel Instant Messages (which won the Hong Kong "Proverse Prize 2010") are 'The Theory of Networks' and 'Operating Systems', and have been accepted for publication by Proverse Hong Kong. Her new novel 'Hilary and David' has also been accepted for publication by Proverse Hong Kong.
List of Publications
in vitro (HeadworX, 2011)
Black Light (Tandem Press, NZ, 1996)