Published Pieces

Here are the links to my published pieces online. I have also been published in several print anthologies.

My unpublished flash fiction collection, Sit Back and Enjoy the Apocalypse, was long-listed in the Bookimbo/Roast Books flash fiction competition in 2014.

Why Don't You Ring? - Theurgy Magazine - either you can buy it here or read it here
Clawing Back the Glory - Reader's Digest
We listened to the air-raid sirens from under the umbrella - 100RPM
Blackhole - Jawbreakers - National Flash Fiction anthology
The Writer's Guide to Surviving the Rapture - Little Fiction - Listerature Anthology
Doggy Paddle - Kerouac's Dog 
The Marriage Scrappage Scheme - Untoward Magazine
Snowman: A Love Story - REPUBLISHED - Eunoia Review
I contributed a 'chapter' to the 3 hundred and 65 project - 20th February
Cubicle Crimes and CVs Are So Last Year - REPUBLISHED - Deadink Books
Answered 'Five Minute Friday' questions over at For Books Sake
The Department of Extinct Objects - Referential Magazine (nominated for the Best of the Net 2012)
Ultimate Desk Search (non-fiction) - Hazel Foster's website
Jasper's Betrayal - Inkspill Magazine - either you can buy here or download here.
Snowman - A Love Story - Metazen
Three Kinds of Notebooks (non fiction)- A guest feature over at Teresa's blog for the 'Tell me how you write' series
Sandbox - The View From Here Magazine
The Man Waiting For A Train - The Pygmy Giant
Visiting Time - Flashshot
A Reading at WordPlay in Kilburn, London.  (Nov).
Watching from The Side Lines - Girls With Insurance
Cirriculum Vitaes Are So Last Year - Metazen
Jeans Were My Saviours - Tomlit
How To Breathe On The Train - Shot Glass Stories Anthology
Receding Shopping Bags - 3:AM
Cubicle Crimes - The Beat
Russian Doll - Sleepy Orange
Story of The Lost - Ink, Sweat and Tears
Full Stop - Six Sentences
Two Short Pieces in the Six Sentences v. 2 Anthology
Hiding From The Nuns - Pygmy Giant
Frenzy - Six Sentences
Fairytale at the Lakeside - Six Sentences
Village boys and Fret Boards - Hackwriters
Adventures in an Art Gallery - Every Day Poets


My writing has been reviewed in the below places:

The Man Waiting For a Train reviewed by Alex at The Tomlit Blog
How To Breathe on a Train reviewed by David Hebblethwaite at Follow the Thread