On the 11th of March 2015 a team of creative writing students, led by Dr. Bernadine Evaristo, will be launching Brunel’s second anthology of student-written short stories titled ‘The Psyche Supermarket’.

Following the success of last year’s ‘The Voices Inside Our Heads’, the second incarnation of the anthology will offer up writing from a new range of young and imaginative writers from varied backgrounds. There’s no limit on genre, style or form so you can expect a colourful array of stories exploring all sorts of themes and topics written by the next generation of daring writers.

The anthology will also feature a team of student editors comprised of BA students Marie-Teresa Hanna, Kate McKim, Kelly Pells, Chris Winn and MA students Emma Jeremy and Romany Stott who were also editors for ‘The Voices Inside Our Heads’.

The launch of the anthology will take place in the Antonin Artaud building, on the 11th of March at 7pm. It will be part of the monthly Arts @ Artaud event, alongside a selection of other performances, and as such the turnout is expected to be close to a hundred.

The event will see a selection of readings from the writers who contributed their short stories to the anthology and Bernadine herself also dropped a hint about the possibility of complimentary wine.

After the readings, copies of the anthology will go on sale for around £5, but there are only a limited number available so get yours quickly!

For more updates follow the anthologies official twitter account @CWBrunel and the Brunel Writer blog, found at www.brunelwriter.com, for more detailed information on the anthology.