One of my favourite things about being published by TTA Press is the artwork which accompanies the story. There's something really special about seeing the way someone else has interpreted your story, in a vastly different art form, and I feel like Richard Wagner has captured the essence of 'Looking for Laika' quite beautifully here.… Continue reading Looking for Laika Artwork (& new issue of Interzone out now!)
I'm very excited to be making my first ever appearance in Interzone with my short story "Looking for Laika" - dipping my toe into the sci-fi pool for the very first time.
Delighted to be a part of what promises to be a superb anthology with my short story 'In The Marrow'. Published by Dark Minds Press and edited by James Everington & Dan Howarth, 'Imposter Syndrome' features stories about changelings, doppelgangers, Capgras delusion and pod-people. I've had a sneak preview of two of the other stories… Continue reading Imposter Syndrome – this time in anthology form
The new edition of Shadows and Tall Trees is now shipping, and you can order it at Amazon.co.uk in both paperback and hardback (as well as eBook). It boasts an absolutely killer lineup of writers including V.H. Leslie, Robert Shearman, Steve Rasnic Tem, Alison Moore, Conrad Williams and a host of other top-notch authors. And… Continue reading Shadows and Tall Trees 7
Very excited to be a part of this illustrated anthology (illustrated!!) featuring such genre luminaries as Ramsey Campbell and Gary McMahon. My short story 'Nightswimming' is a riff on the Little Mermaid fairytale - my personal quest to become the next Angela Carter is well underway.
Very pleased to say I'll be returning to Shadows & Tall Trees with my short story 'Sun Dogs', which will appear in the upcoming vol. 7. Shadows & Tall Trees is where my first ever story was published, so it means a lot to be a part of it again.
Very pleased indeed to be a part of this excellent upcoming anthology from Black Shuck Books, with my short story 'Strange as Angels'. It's due for release in October.