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My short stories have been published in the following places:

The Write Room have had their fill of Soft Atheist Caramel.

Rose Red Review have remembered That Night You Showed Me Ambaglass.

Gone Lawn have found themselves in The Garden Where We Go To Lump

Cactus Heart have suffered the cuts In Passing Brass Onion

Corvus have joined The Look-Away Club.

Dark Edifice will clap their hands because here comes The Big Soft Gentle Man.

Deimos eZine are ecstatic to know that Francie and Dennis are In Tonight.

Scintilla Magazine shield their eyes because Corben Dennis’s Dad’s Gone Mad!

decomP magazinE have shown us all A Caring for Creatures.

L’Allure Des Mots have watched The Boys They Bring Her Down To Break. And then burned their soiled clothing. Look for it in Issue 10, out May 2013.

Literary Orphans have published Days We Give Up Granddad as part of Issue 06: Marilyn.

The Missing Slate have probed their jaws and come across An Alabaster Fang.

My short story “Ommedey Crommedey is Your Da!”, previously published by the good folks at Interrobang!? Magazine will be published in the first volume of Best Indie Lit New England (BILiNE).

The Whistling Fire have flinched from the slice because Prayers Are Knives (and who am I but the Quarter Child?)

The Day We Sold Our Mouths For Mother has appeared in the June 2011 issue of Write From Wrong Magazine. Click on the link, have a read and tell me what you think! 

Mammy’d Give Me Minds to Eat has appeared in the July 2011 issue of Jersey Devil Press. They are slightly rude about me. Have a look!

Pageant has now appeared in the July 2011 issue of Red Ochre Lit. Go and see all the Chemicals and Wrong Prayer! *NOW AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE* Here.

And Oh, The Fun They Had That Friday Night has been published in the Escape issue of The Quotable. While the link will take you direct to the online version, please consider supporting this fine publication by purchasing an issue. It works out at about €8.00, and that’s with postage and packaging!   I was also interviewed about this story here

Melt Calves See Nothing has been published in the July 2011 online issue of Sein Und Werden, while The Suckling Spike has been published in the print edition- information on ordering it can be found here.

Come; Visit the Dog (a prelude to Winter) has appeared in the Summer 2011 issue of Thoughtsmith.  Snazzy!

My Son Is Now My Motorbike has appeared with a scream and a burst of gravel in the July/August 2011 issue of This Literary Magazine. Yipe!

Into the Mouth of the Humbler Worm has been published by Splash of Red. IT WILL MAKE YOU FEEL STUFF. Go read it.

Unskin Me With Your Neck of Knives has appeared in Issue 2 of L’Allure des Mots. God damn it is sexy. With a capital RAUNCH.

The Coursing of the Quisp has been published in Vol. 1 of Anobium and can be purchased here. As well as featuring my short storyit also contains cutting-edge poetry and prose from established and up-and-coming authors from across the globe. Check it out!

High Five, Danny o’C has appeared in issue seven of Hobo Pancakes, the Heritage issue. So toddle over there and slap a dirty hand on the palm of the Fat Emancipator.

The Misery of Wisdom Christmas has been published by the fabulous Dr. Hurley’s Snake Oil Cure. So go and read and giggle with your meaty hands over your mouths.

(un)Even Roads Have Feelings has appeared in the August issue of Defenestration. Yay!

In plunging their meaty faces between the clinging, clotting fabric Rotten Leaves Magazine have see that Beyond the Curtain Lies the Zoo of Wrong.

They’ve Come to Paint the Doors Again has been published by Orion Headless.

The Thing in the Clearing Tastes Like Toast (and makes us feel like proper boys) has been published by The Legendary.

Please, Don’t Make Me Write About the Junction Box, a ludicrous, ludicrous thing, has been published by the lovely people at Red Lightbulbs.

The Slender Help, enticed by the butter, have come out to parade for Issue 6 of Spilling Ink Review.

The Racing has commenced in the Autumn 2011 issue of Pyrta.

On Tuesdays We Wear Sexy Hats (and tell ourselves it’s fine to bleed) has slammed down forcefully upon the knuckles of Speech Bubble Magazine.

I SNAP When We Go Right Around has appeared in the latest issue of Awosting Alchemy.

The Thread has come down upon Issue 3 of Anomalous. Available in both prose and *audio*.

Everyone Gets Their Nonsense Neck has appeared on Dr Hurley’s Snake-Oil Cure.

Dinner With The Pigeon Prince has been published in the final ever issue of The Battered Suitcase.

A performance of The Nativity of Flies has occured in Anemone Sidecar.

Atticus Review have got down on their knees for The Patron Saint of Cloven Meat.

Darker have submitted to Ten In The Box And You Can Touch Me.

Write This have published Black Staccato Hates (the Horse’s Man)

Sweetly Tight Comiseratrix, Sadness Cultivating has appeared in the latest issue of The Write Room.

Instigatorzine attempted to Learn to Lick The Goitre Laughing in their December 2011 issue. I was the *featured writer* for that issue, so look out for an interview with me and my Crazy Opinions too.

I Think You Should Run Now has been published in the phenemonal first issue of Poddle. Words cannot express my delight in being a part of this publication, crafted with such evident love and dedication. Move mountains. Cross seas. Get your hands on one of the 110 copies of this limited edition.

June is Corn and Coaldust has appeared in the Winter 2012 issue of A Bad Penny Review. Let’s read it and all get stomach cramps!

The Seventeen Doors have opened over at the Winter 2011/12 issue of The Adroit Journal. Hop in. Hop out. See what you’ve become.

Eleven Cats and Me Make Pearls has been published by Untoward Magazine.

Queer Hams Rising has appeared in the Winter 2011 issue of Corium.

A Haunting has been published in the Autumn-Winter 2011/12 issue of SNReview.

Jersey Devil Press have admitted We Left Him With The Dragging Man in their January 2012 issue.

Love, Wrong Love (but love nonetheless) has appeared in Issue 5 of The Ear Hustler.

She Kicks Amongst the Cabbages has been published in the Fall 2011 issue of Bare Root Review.

I Am Your Special Dog  has been published in the Winter 2012 issue of Rose & Thorn Journal.

Flat Red Sausages at the Back a’ Beyant has appeared in the second volume of Anobium which can be purchased here. Let’s all go and squat and chew!

Barely South Review have put on their best jewelled shoes and Dance Around the Reservoir And Down.

Red Lightbulbs have again stooped to pick me up from the lip of the ditch; this time we are Romancing the Crab.

The Sheepshead Review are squatting with sticks to see Leverets Through The Hole In The Hedge.

The Toucan have run their hands over the Clot.

Upcoming publications (in alphabetical order):

Boo Journal are linking hands with The Laughing Leaf and spinning about and having a grand aul time altogether. As well they should.

Foundling Review will see what happens When Love’s Left Out For Us To Find…

Fuselit magazine are desperately suppressing their meaty urges as they watch LeeLee DuLaque (between the bip and the plip.)

Gone Lawn will find themselves in The Garden Where We Go To Lump

Hello Horror will try to understand OSKALOPL

Jersey Devil Press will get their fingers in Three Holes (I love you)

Phantom Drift will see that Some of Them Make the Scare-Away Shape.

Plain Spoke will be donning Hot Spectral Helmets For Me, For You.

Postscripts to Darkness will join the Women Who Go Down In Fives.

Spittoon will have an awful time with The Masks of Mister Brougham, or, The Curlew and The Pig

The Write Room will have their fill of Soft Atheist Caramel.

Hurrah! Hurrah! Hurrah!

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