Over many years I’ve fitfully written and published fiction to little in the way profit, celebrity or critical acclaim. Between 2007 and 2009 I did an MA in Creative & Life Writing at Goldsmiths College in London. In the absence of any other kind of recognition it was a chance to get a certificate I can show my mum.
Oh well. At this stage of my life I’m doing it because I want to, not because I expect any kind of reward from this cold, cruel world.
I’ve had a few short stories published in various small press venues. This includes winning third prize in the Genomics Forum short fiction compettion in 2009.
In 2011 I self-published my novel Panoptica. You can buy it in various ebook formats or as a hard copy.