2014 Mondays Are Murder: No Prescription Required for Murder.

2014 Issue 1 Child of Words: Hard Rain.

2014 Farther Stars Than These No Talking Cat Stories

2012 Big Pulp: Summer 2012. Buy it here. It’s also online here.

Writing Credits – Published:

2012 Limbo: The Marquis (excerpt) – link broken 27/1/2014

2011 Weirdyear: Life Force invisible elephants and all the fun of oblivion… sci-fi (going strong Feb 2014)

2010 The Smoking Poet: Jack Kerouac Eats Here, homage to Kerouac in a shorter reworking of his masterpiece. (going strong Feb 2014)

2010 Bewildering Stories: The Timeless Mr. Thelwall because you never know who you’re going to meet.

2010 The New FleshFor Murder, Just Add Water @ when Philip Marlowe says he can bring them back, he means it – noir … (closed for submissions Feb 2014)

2010 Weirdyear: How I Came to Light Up the Universe @ sci-fi.

2010 Ink, Sweat and Tears: Roman Holiday Blues  romance of sorts (link updated 12/2/13)

2010 MicroHorror: Mr-Croc-in-a-Blanket @ Link broken Feb 2014 which is just as well as this story sent a lot of sensible people running.

2010 Rainy City Stories: In-Car Valeting @ Sofa Sorbet @

The Front View (aka The View From Here) (ISSN 1758-2903): Telescopes @

Transmission 6 (ISSN 1752-3729): Nobody Knows a Damned Thing @

Transmission 4: The North is So Much Better for Youngsters Today @

Nobody Told the Horse, I Hadn’t Even Started and Not Your Problem (Surprising Stories) @ (link broken 14/2/14. However, Surprising Stories Sept 13 is available)

Think of a Name For It (Verbsap) @

The Day I Asked Blake Morrison If He Raced Pigeons (Eclectica) @

Swing Naked, How They Looked at the Sun and Roads That Go On and On (Eclectica Spotlight Author) @

There Has to Be a Better Balance (Eclectica) @

God Only Knows (Bewildering Stories) @

Lulu storefront @

Tony Blair: The Wilderness Years (Amazon)  @

Deepa Kandaswamy’s review of Tony B @

Collected stories Jack Kerouac Eats Here

Wiki “Noir fiction (or roman noir) is a literary genre closely related to hardboiled genre with a distinction that the protagonist is not a detective, but instead either a victim, a suspect, or a perpetrator. Other common characteristics include the self-destructive qualities of the protagonist. A typical protagonist of the Noir fiction is dealing with the legal, political or other system that is no less corrupt than the perpetrator by whom the protagonist is either victimized and/or has to victimize others on a daily basis, leading to Lose-lose situation.”




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