Writing

“There is nothing to writing.
All you have to do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed.”
– Earnest Hemingway

I write novels, short stories and poetry, mainly literary, sometimes sci-fi. I think the industry classes me as an ’emerging writer’, which is as uncomfortable as it sounds. Then again, like Hemingway, I’m not sure good writing is ever exactly comfortable.

As of February 2017, I am also represented by Sandra Sawicka at Marjacq. I’ve got my own author page and everything!

Bibliography

Fiction

Born – Breathing – Bound | Published online in The Cadaverine (February 2017). Free to read right here.

Desk Drawer | Published in The Open Pen Anthology (March 2016). Purchase a copy here.

Seven Stages | WINNER for The Short Story Monthly 500 Competition, January 2016. Shortlisted for the Kilburn Literary Festival Flash Fiction Competition 2015.

Until Then, Sister  | Published in Haverthorn Magazine Vol. 1.2, November 2015. Copies available here. Selected as a finalist for the Kilburn Literary Festival Flash Fiction Competition 2014.

Dear Versailles | Featured in Hark Magazine, Issue 3, November 2014.

The Yellow Moth | Featured on the cover of Open Pen Magazine, April 2014.  A short extract is available here.

Non-fiction

Don’t Panic: How to calm your anxiety and stay chilled when life gets stressful | Published by Summersdale (August 2017).

Snapshots IV – BookMachine on New Notes on the Publishing Industry | An article featured in the collection (Kingston University Press).

Boost: Supercharge Your Confidence | Published by Summersdale (January 2017).

Snapshots III – Bookmachine on Publishing: The Next 5 YearsThree articles featured in the collection (Kingston University Press).

Believe in Yourself and Stress Less | Published by Summersdale (August 2016).

Snapshots II | Articles featuring in the collection (Kingston University Press).

About the Publications

I encounter so many lovely people and publications in the process of submitting work and having it published, that I couldn’t not mention them. It’s very small thanks for their enthusiasm and generosity, but here it is…

Open Pen Magazine

The Cadaverine

Haverthorn Magazine

HARK Magazine

TSS: The Short Story

Kilburn Literary Festival

Summersdale

BookMachine / Kingston University Press

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