Indie April 2020

This is, of course, not Indie April as normal. However, with businesses closed or operating solely online and everyone at home on lockdown, I think it’s important that readers, writers, editors, and publishers still take a little time to celebrate and promote our small presses this month, for whom this could be a tough time … More Indie April 2020

Indie April

It hath been declared that April shalt be the month to celebrate indie publishers, and in that spirit, here are a few words on some of my favourite Scotland-based indies, all doing incredible, interesting stuff right now. Gutter Magazine – Going it alone after the collapse of its former publisher, Gutter has never been stronger … More Indie April

Plant Life

My short story Plant Life, which appears in Monstrous Regiment Issue 2: Emerald, tells the story of a man called Ger who plants memories in his garden and they bloom into all sorts of weird and wonderful things. Ger isn’t much of a gardener to begin with, and relies on a map and set of … More Plant Life

Daytime/Nightime

On Friday I had the pleasure of going on Subcity Radio show Daytime/Nightime to read some stories, pick some tunes, and chat to host Roslyn Potter about my writing and what I’m up to this year. You can listen to the episode of DTNT here. Readings include Plant Life (published in Monstrous Regiment Emerald in … More Daytime/Nightime

End of Year

It’s been a busy one! Particularly in recent months I’ve had quite a few short stories published, so I thought I would do an end of year recap. I’m really grateful to all the publishers and editors who picked up and worked on my stories this year and to anyone who took the time to … More End of Year