I live in Norwich, UK. I write flash fiction, short stories, accidental prose poetry.
Prose editor for Lighthouse Literary Journal. Ellipsis Zine editorial board.
Bridport Prize Flash Fiction Shortlist, 2015
First Prize – Bath Flash Fiction Award, October 2016
Nominated for Best Small Fictions 2017 (by Bath Flash Fiction Award, for One In Twenty-Three)
First Prize – Reflex Fiction, September 2017.
Nominated for Best Small Fictions 2018 (by National Flash Fiction Day Anthology, for Sleep Is A Beautiful Colour)
Stories in or forthcoming in To Carry Her Home (Bath Flash Anthology Vol 1); Flash Frontier; National Flash Fiction Day Anthology Sleep Is A Beautiful Colour (title story); Flash Flood Journal; Hanoi Moi newspaper; Bath Flash Festival Anthology; Connotation Press; A Wild & Precious Life anthology; (b)OINK zine; Short Edition (story dispensing machines); Open Pen London; Ellipsis Zine anthology; Two, Bay Len anthology; NFFD Anthology 2018. More in the pipeline. They need to get out more; I’m working on that. Tiny stories need a lot of time and love. You can find links to those available to read online in the Published Work section.
There’re fragments of a novel in a steel box in a dark part of the house where nobody goes, and I’m working on some children’s picture book texts.
Mentored by Tania Hershman through the Womentoring Project.
I owe loads to Ian Nettleton’s writing group and some wonderful online writer buddies, one or two in particular. You know who you are.
Website by Ken Elkes.