May 20, 2012
As part of an exciting new research project, I’ll be attending two events about the place of the literary trickster in contemporary writing over the next few days. The first is in the Tobacco Theatre, Bristol, on Monday 21st May at 7.30pm – details are here: http://tobaccofactorytheatre.com/shows/detail/the_trickster_and_the_tricked/
The second is an open workshop to discuss the idea of and responses to the Trickster. This will be in Bristol too, on Tuesday 22nd May from 10am – 3pm – details are here: http://trickstertales.org/events/openspacebristol/
I hope to see you there!
November 20, 2011
The mighty Scott Pack has given my book a mini review – a four star one at that! So if you were undecided about whether to buy a copy or not, let him make the decision for you:
“Very raw, honest and violent tale about a confused teen. Notes from a Scandal from the boy’s point of view, sort of. Really rather impressive. (****)”
July 8, 2008
A few pictures from Hay. Excuse the mud!
May 12, 2008
I’ve noticed that Amazon is still out of stock of Dinner Time. If you would like a copy, it’s available from cinnamonpress.com, gwales.com or direct from me. If you wish to buy a copy from me, please email me and I’ll happily oblige. I can also send you an autographed copy – just let me know who to make it out to where relevant. I’m happy to send out copies through the post for you too – you can pay me by cheque, or by Paypal. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org; please message me first to tell me how many copies you’d like etc!