Published stories

The list below isn’t everything I’ve written: it is a selection of the material I’ve had published in places where it’s both accessible and free on the internet.

PLEASE NOTE: what I write is science fiction, fantasy and horror, often with the inclusion of adult material or themes.

The links are to external websites and will open in a new browser window. I have no control over external websites.

2010 publications

Needs of the Dead – in Theaker’s Quarterly Fiction 34 (the link takes you to the TQF blog which lists a number of places for free downloads of TQF34 in different formats).

Weed – in The Speculator, Issue 1 (magazine from The Speculators writing group). Open in PDF format.

Blood on the dancefloor (butterfly mix) – in Dark Fire issue 44. The story is in their archive.

2009 publications

DeadSoulsCon – in Theaker’s Quarterly Fiction issue 30. TQF also has a Blogspot and issue 30 is available for download at Feedbooks and Lulu.

The Gaze – in Ignavia 3.2. See this issue online.

  1. November 14, 2010 at 1:23 pm

    Read your story Blood on the Dance Floor first; it was the easiest to get to. Very well done. I like the way you deliver the MC’s character–just the facts, no emotion.

  2. November 14, 2010 at 3:06 pm

    Well, thank you! I try out different styles and that one seemed best for that material.

  3. January 1, 2011 at 10:39 am

    WOW….read blood on the dancefloor……F***ing amazing, superb and freaky like Poppy Z. Bright xx

  4. January 1, 2011 at 5:07 pm

    Thank you (I think). I just submitted a segment of the story to ‘I Write Like’ which claims it’s most similar to David Foster Wallace. Not sure if that’s really a recommendation – but then Gnod (the ‘global network of dreams’) says Wallace’s writing is quite similar to some authors I do enjoy reading, including Zadie Smith and Thomas Pynchon…

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