Joint winner of the 2019 Live Canon Poetry Pamphlet Competition, How High Did She Fly, is published by Live Canon (ISBN 1909703826, Nov 2019). To find out more and read 2 of the poems – and buy a copy – click here. I’m also offering a discounted bundle of How High Did She Fly + Terms and Conditions – with £1 donated to Samaritans from every purchase.
My debut poetry collection, Terms and Conditions (ISBN 1911027220), is now available from Nine Arches Press (July 2017). It is available as an ebook here. You can also order it from Waterstones, Foyles, the Book Depository, Wordery or The Hive or ask your favourite independent bookshop to get you a copy! Click here for more information about the book, links to poems and reviews.
My new short story collection, Some Of Us Glow More Than Others (Unthank Books, ISBN-13: 9781910061480), is now available from Wordery, Waterstones, Foyles, Hive.co.uk, and the Book Depository. Please do also support your local independent bookshop! It is available as an ebook for Kindle here. Click here for more details about the book, including links to some of the stories and reviews.
(tangent books, 2012) A collection of 56 of my very short fictions – Find out more about the book here, including reviews etc.. >>>
(salt modern fiction, 2008) Commended, Orange Award for New Writers, 2009. A collection of short stories and very short stories, many inspired by science. Audiobook available from Audible and Amazon – click here to hear me reading a sample story, my flash story, Plaits. Find out more about The White Road and Other Stories – excerpts, reviews, interviews and the virtual book tour >>
I’ve made my very first audiobook! Produced by the excellent SoundByte Recording, you can listen to me reading stories from my first collection, The White Road & Other Stories (Salt Modern Fiction, 2008). Available from Audible and Amazon – click here to hear me reading a sample story, my flash story, Plaits.
books on writing
A Writers & Artists Companion: Writing Short Stories co-written by me and Courttia Newland (bloomsbury, dec 2014)
(salt, 2013 (2nd edition)
Short Circuit: a guide to the art of the short story, featuring chapters by many writers, including my chapter on flash fiction. For more, visit Salt.
(Freight Books, 2015) The Einstein-inspired short story anthology I co-edited with Pippa Goldschmidt, featuring a wealth of wonderful writers, is now available from Freight Books. Find out more here>>> eBook coming soon.
nature FUTURES 2
(Tor Books, 2014)
My short story, The Perfect Egg, is included in this anthology of 100 stories previously published in nature journal’s Futures section. More information here>>>
(Stone Skin Press, 2013)
My short story, You Must Remember This, is included in this anthology of stories about plotting and scheming. More information here>>>
The Lion and the Aardvark: Aesop’s Modern Fables
(Stone Skin Press, 2012)
My short story, The Scientist and the Tiger, is included in this anthology of 21st century Aesop’s fables: 70 writers from across the creative spectrum bring their modern sensibilities to this classic format. More information here>>>
(Salt Publishing, 2012)
My short story, What Do You Do, is included in this anthology edited by Jonathan Taylor of stories designed to be read aloud. More information here>>>
(Negative Press, 2012)
My short story, Switchgirls,was commissioned by photographer Roelof Bakker for an anthology of stories inspired by his photographs of vacant spaces in Hornsey. More information here>>>
(Comma Press, 2011)
Now available for the Kindle !
My short story, We Are All Made of Protein But Some of Us Glow More Than Others, was commissioned for Comma Press’ second science-inspired fiction anthology, Litmus. More information here>>>
(Rosa Mira Books, 2011)
(Bottom Dog Press, 2010)
(Cinnamon Press, 2010)
My flash story, Straight Up, is included in Exposure, an anthology or prose poetry and microfiction, in the great company of Sarah Hilary, Catherine Smith, Valerie O’Riordan, Angela Readman and Jo Cannon. Buy it now
(route publishing, 2006)
(route publishing, 2005)