Join me for a day of Flash Fiction writing & inspiration on Saturday 17th March, 11 – 4.30 at Canoe Lake Tennis Pavilion.
Tickets are £48 – one place will be available for free to someone who would otherwise be unable to attend.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place.
On Saturday 24 February 2018, I will be one of 30 artists and 30 writers undertaking a sponsored Draw-a-thon and Writers’ Relay at Fabrica gallery in Brighton.
We’re all taking part in this event because for the first time in its history, Fabrica is appealing for help in securing its future.
Individual artists or artist teams will draw for five hours non-stop. Writers will to do sprints of 30 minutes in a relay. We have a fundraising target for the event of £5,000.
Fabrica works with many vulnerable and isolated people in Brighton and thousands of people are able to see the most up to date contemporary art because entry is free.
You can sponsor me via my JustGiving page here or support Fabrica’s crowdfunder here
Come and watch a non-stop stream of drawings unfurl throughout the day and read new stories as they emerge on screen. We start at 11 am and end at 4 pm.
Entry is free. Fabrica is at 40 Duke Street, Brighton.
Refreshments will be on sale – especially cakes.
Bath Flash Fiction Award volume 2 is available now, featuring my long-listed story Electrics.
I’d hear a headlight in full beam, or see radio silence descend. Only once did I get a complete sentence from him, only once and it came as if from someone swimming towards the surface, repeating the words until air found their lungs …
Get your copy from Ad Hoc Fiction here
Today is publication day for the Stories for Homes 2 e-book 🎉🎉🎉
Featuring a speculative short by me – Siamese – plus quality writing from varied contributors, all proceeds go to Shelter.
You can buy the e-book here
Please Be Quiet is published today in Volume 6, Issue 7 of Michigan-based online literary journal Pithead Chapel
The chandelier really is too large and grand for this room, Martha thought, every time she rattled its glass beads on her way past. It had been a wedding gift from a great uncle: an utter darling, but completely ignorant of the dimensions of modern homes…
Click here to read on.
Writer’s HQ retreats are arse-kicking, procrastination-busting productivity goldmines. Join me in Portsmouth to whip your WIP into shape, write a gajillion words and tease out those knots in your plot in the company of other writers.
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Stories for Homes 2 will be published later this year, featuring my short story Siamese.
In the mean time, the editors will be posting stories on the theme of home every week to the online anthology
The best-selling Stories for Homes 1 is available here with all profits going to Shelter