It’s been a good start to 2018 for me, with a horror short story of mine, The Dog Walker, being accepted for the second volume of the Surreal Nightmares anthology by James Ward Kirk Fiction. Surreal Nightmares II is a collection of surrealist horror stories and poetry, and is sure to be full to the … More Surreal Nightmares II
I first read No Mean City while at university, on a course called The Glasgow Novel. It sat alongside the likes of Alasdair Grey’s Lanark and James Kelman’s How Late It Was, How Late. Published in 1935, it shocked the public of the time with its depictions of violence and poverty in Glasgow’s notorious slum, … More Pulp 2 influences: No Mean City
My debut short story collection, Beaten to a Pulp!, will be available in print soon from Amazon and CreateSpace. In the meantime, there’s more proofing to be done, and if you can’t wait you can get the digital edition for your Kindle now.