Issue 12 of The Wax Paper featuring my story ‘What is Proper to Stones’ is available now. This story was originally featured in The Nottingham Review, but has found a new home in this beautifully presented publication. You can get a copy from here.
The print editions of the 100 Words of Solitude project are now available. Mine arrived the other day and it is a beautiful thing, bringing together 100 individual responses to the pandemic, the lockdowns, the isolation and the uncertainty. This is wonderul collection of insightful, moving pieces of writing and I am proud to beContinue reading “100 Words of Solitude the book”
My first ever piece of non-fiction has been published in the most recent issue of Door is a Jar. It’s a short personal essay detailing the three separate occassions in which people have set fire to cars directly outside my home. Spanning 15 years, three different houses and two different towns, it seems that settingContinue reading “My History as a Bystander to Automotive Arson”
A short story that I wrote a long time ago is part of issue 12 of Hypnopomp magazine, a home of strange, experimental writing. A little different from the kind of thing I normally write, this piece is almost ten years old and has been through countless revisions. I am really happy that it hasContinue reading “Before You Were Born”
Inspired by author Simon Kinch (Two Sketches of Disjointed Happiness) I put together a tiny little book of two short stories and am giving them away to anyone that would like a little something extra to read during these weird lockdown times. I have about ten left and am giving them away to anyone thatContinue reading “Lockdown reading”