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Sunday Times Short Story Prize Goes To Nirvana By Adam Johnson

Posted at 9:13AM Saturday 05 Apr 2014

Twenty years after Kurt Cobain killed himself in Seattle, a short story called Nirvana featuring a ghostly performance from the singer of a line from the despairing refrain of his 1991 hit Smells Like Teen Spirit has won the Sunday Times short story competition.

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