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short fiction piece in new anthology from Dostoyevsky Wannabe

I have a piece of short fiction out now in an anthology from Dostoyevsky Wannabe. The piece, ‘Yesterday’s Not Here’, responded to a call for fiction inspired by the work of Pete Shelley. Love Bites is a anthology of fiction inspired … Continue reading

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London book launch for The Graveside Orations of Carl Einstein

On Wednesday September 11th, in the Clore Studio of South London Gallery, a number of contributors will present an evening of readings celebrating the launch of The Graveside Orations of Carl Einstein. Published by Ma Bibliothèque, the book collates contributions … Continue reading

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new text in MA Bibliotheque publication

My contribution ‘What did he do with his pipe?’ is included in The Graveside Orations of Karl Einstein, a new publication from Ma Bibliotheque, edited by Dale Holmes and Sharon Kivland. At the memorial for Rosa Luxemburg on 13 June … Continue reading

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‘She Mick …’ in Purge 6

The latest issue of the occasional magazine Purge, edited by Robert Hampson has just arrived. Purge 6: hostile environment includes work by Allen Fisher, Drew Milne, Karen Sandhu, David Herd and Amy Evans Bauer among others. My piece ‘She Mick … Continue reading

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contribution to According to John James

In September, Shearsman Books published According to John James edited by Kelvin Corcoran. The project was organised in memory of John James who died in May 2018. I was one of a number of poets who answered a call for … Continue reading

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