‘Stories From Home’ Anthology

Absolutely delighted to have a wee flash fiction piece on the French Revolution included in this wonderful anthology edited by Dr Hayleigh Barclay and Dr Sylvia Hehir.

All proceeds from ‘Stories From Home‘ will go to The Ambulance Staff Charity (TASC), a charity dedicated to ‘the mental, physical and financial wellbeing’ of the UK’s life-saving ambulance community.

The anthology is packed with over 60 poems and stories donated by over 40 writers including Carolyn Jess-Cooke, Zoe Strachan, Louise Welsh, Rob Maslen, Olga Wojtas, Elizabeth Reeder, Colin Herd, and contains everything from comedy to crime to fantasy and historical fiction.

So, if you can, head on over to your favourite ebook store and help to support this amazing charity.

A huge thank you to Dr Hayleigh Barclay and Dr Sylvia Hehir for allowing me to take part.


A huge thank you to Dr Hayleigh Barclay and Dr Sylvia Hehir for allowing me to take part.

‘Sound of an Iceberg’ New Writing Scotland No.37

Absolutely delighted that ‘Thrum‘, my wee Imprint Award story about my first miscarriage, has found its forever print home at New Writing Scotland 37.

Look at all these amazing writers and that cover too!

A big thank you to editors Susie Maguire and Samuel Tongue for including my work.

Sound of An Iceberg‘ is available to buy here from The Association for Scottish Literary Studies.

‘Waitin Fir Gordo’ – Gutter 19

Look what came today!

‘Waitin Fir Gordo’

I will never not be this eye-poppingly excited to see my stories in print. And I’m so thrilled to be included with these talented writers.

Gutter 19 includes my wee story on Gordo’s crematorium mix-up and is stuffed to the gunnels with excellent poetry, stories, reviews, and interviews. And Gordo thinks you’re a silly sausage if you don’t subscribe to Gutter immediately.