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New story published now!

I am thrilled to announce that my short story ‘Coming Back to Life’ is now published. It’s one of twenty short stories selected by the stunning Aesthetica Magazine. It now features in the magazine’s  Creative Writing Award 2021. A great… Continue Reading →

7 DAYS on Discover Films

After winning multiple awards around the world 7 Days is now available to watch on multiple platforms – and since May 2020 it’s now available for free on Discover Film – home of the world’s best short films.
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pARTy Lines – a Literary Cabaret @ BLF 2019

There was a full-house for our BLF show at The Old Joint Stock Theatre in October. I joined the stage with a terrific line-up of award-winning poets, authors, musicians and playwrights. It was a chance to showcase the talents of… Continue Reading →

7 Days – The Story of Blind Dave Heeley – Awards & Screenings

June 2019 – Update …This new film from Pixel Revolution is already scooping up international awards! It’s currently on release – at special screenings in the Midlands and film festivals around the world.
I am delighted to be in the cast of such an inspiring short drama. It tells the real-life story of Brumie legend – blind marathon runner, Dave Heeley  Continue Reading →

StoryVibes – Sawdust & Silk

The first StoryVibes of 2019 was held in its new, regular, haunt – Artefact art gallery, in South Birmingham. It was an eclectic mix of stories, spoken word and music, that featured the fascinating storyteller Cindylou Turner-Taylor. She performed Sawdust & Silk, a Cinderella tale set in 1930’s England. Continue Reading →

Spoken Trend @ Bull’s Head, Kings Norton

Good to be back here at Spoken Trend, compered by the wonderful Tom McCann, with the chance to ‘strut my stuff’ in the open mics. Headliners Black Country star R M Francis and former Derbyshire Poet Laureate Matt Black both… Continue Reading →

Birmingham Literature Festival Meet Up

Excited to showcase an extract from one of my latest memoirs at this event on the first day of the Birmingham Literature Festival, 2018.  Continue Reading →

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