Darley Stewart is a Scottish-Korean fiction writer based in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. Her work has appeared in Tin House, Funhouse Magazine, The Ocean State Review, Flapperhouse, The Brooklyn Rail, Battersea Review, Electric Literature, and elsewhere. Darley Stewart is the recipient of a 2016 Fiction International Fellowship from Seoul Art Space and 2015 Ocean State Fiction Scholarship from The University of Rhode Island. An alumnus of Brandeis University and The University of Edinburgh, she interviews Brooklyn authors for Park Slope Reader, LitScene and on a freelance basis. She gives regular readings in Brooklyn, most recently Manhattanville Reading Series at Unnameable Books.
All prose copyrighted © 2016 by Darley Stewart. Please note that the prose selections you see on this website are excerpts. Everything here is a "sampler," short paragraphs pulled from longer stories or novellas, some published in print or online reviews, some still awaiting their forever home. The samplers are intended to showcase characters in their pure form and are typically not examples of micro-fiction (or flash fiction) except where specifically indicated.
All photographs on this site were taken by Darley Stewart with the exception of Josh Wool's author photograph, the can of Coca-Cola, my friends' artwork and D no. 6, created by London designer David McBryde.