Mark Wagstaff | The Piltdown Review

Mark Wagstaff



THIRD PRIZE WINNER. A London detective’s unraveling memory leads him deep into a decades-old—and deadly—equestrian mystery.
Q. & A. with Mark Wagstaff

Q. & A. with Mark Wagstaff

The Brooklyn-based writer, Third Prize winner in our Fall/Winter Fiction Contest, discusses his short story “Emmaus.”



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