James sat forward in his armchair and checked it again. All six in a row. Match, match, match. Match. Match. Match. There was a number on the back. He picked up the phone. Corded. He liked to see wires go from A to B, endorsing his belief that the world could still be understood by … Continue reading FLASH FICTION: Just the Ticket
At the beginning of this year, while looking for a particular book on my Goodreads app, I was asked if I wanted to complete a reading challenge for 2018. I had probably read somewhere between 15 and 20 books the previous year, an achievement in itself given the amount of movies and Netflix series I … Continue reading A book a week…or thereabouts
A piece of short fiction I wrote called Crossed Wires has been published in the October 2018 edition of Honest Ulsterman online magazine. It's a real honour to be included in a publication with such a rich literary heritage. You can read my story on the Honest Ulsterman website.
I was delighted to be included in the Chains: Unheard Voices short story anthology, published by Margo Collective in September 2018. My story The Subregional (Interim) Unit Manager features alongside the work of same really fantastic writers responding the 'chains' theme marking 100 years since Muriel Matters and Helen Fox chained themselves to a parliamentary grille. You can, … Continue reading Chains: Unheard Voices Anthology