Henry Plunkett is the recipient of the 2017 WTP Third Place Literary Award for his short story “Drive-By.” He was born and grew up in rural Ireland. He lives now with his wife and child and a menagerie of small animals in the Perth hills. He is a student of creative writing at Curtin University. His current projects include a collection of short fiction, and an experimental literary website which he once described as a pseudo-modernist dystopic fake-news hub. Henry has previously been published in The Moth magazine. He prefers walking in the bush to lying on the beach.
Look for his winner story in the WTP 2017 special winners edition in December.
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