Regrettably, the Books-on-Tyne event on 25th November has now been cancelled. Apologies if you have bought a ticket. Please contact the venue regarding refunds.
Just a reminder that I’m going to be reading at Mostly Books in Abingdon next Wednesday, 16th March, at 7.30pm. They’ve got just a few tickets remaining, so do come along and see me if you’re in the area. Info and tickets can be found here – http://www.mostly-books.co.uk/2016/02/this-is-how-world-will-end-trees-with.html
I’m doing some updating here. Check back in a few days/weeks/however long it takes me to see things a little more clearly.
Enough now. There you have it. There are one hundred stories from almost forty years of my life contained in my collected stories. They contain half the damning truths I suspected at midnight, and half of the saving truths I re-found next noon. If anything is taught here, it is simply the charting of the life of someone who started out to somewhere—and went. I have not so much thought my way through life as done things and found what it was and who I was after the doing. Each tale was a way of finding selves. Each self found … Read More
On Thursday 29th March I’m going to be appearing at the Abingdon Arts Festival, at an event presented by the Abingdon Writers group. It’s at 7.30 at Abingdon Libray, and tickets are £4. All the info, as well as what’s on at the rest of the festival, can be found here – http://www.abingdonartsfestival.org.uk/lit.html Hope to see you there.