Writing: Fiction

Novellas
Langarrow
available at Smashwords (for all eBook readers/devices) July 2012. Also for Kindle at Amazon.com & Amazon.co.uk March 2013

Short stories
The Man From The Realm Of Footy Fan – Gold Dust magazine June 2014 issue 25 and paperback anthology 2015

The Sixth Swan Brother – Soundcloud and YouTube May 2013

The Monday Rebellion – Dark Horizons, December 2011; available at Smashwords (for all eBook readers/devices) July 2012. Also for Kindle at Amazon.com & Amazon.co.uk March 2013

Saints Alive – Thaumatrope April 26, 2010

Snake – Thaumatrope March 1, 2010

The Lord’s Work – Scheherazade #28, 2005

My Translucent Hands – F/SF anthology (Cyber-Pulp Press), January 2005

The Curse Of The Mobile Screamsaver – Knave 36-13, December 2004 (writing as Ken Leary)

Tooth Fairies On-line – Neo-opsis #4, Fall 2004 (also, available since 2008 at AnthologyBuilder.com)

Ducking And Diving – Flashquake, Fall 2002

The Secret Lives Of Plants – HMS Beagle #86, September 2000 (translated into Hebrew and reprinted in Israeli SF Society’s Fantasia 2000, October 2008)

Satori Must Be Something Just The Same Interzone #94, April 1995 (also available in the Vaughan  Stanger edited 2008 anthology Planet Interzone)

Undercurrents – Scheherazade #12, 1995

Rapture Of The Deep – Dark Asylum #2, 1995

Fragments Of Unbecoming – Fear, Feb 1991

Chipwrecked – Dream #29, 1991

The Universal Soldier – Fear, August 1990

An Awkward Phage – Practical Computing, January 1985

Laddish lit
A hundred or so short stories along satirical and/or generally laddish lines in various men’s magazines in the 1980s and 1990s, including the series: Lew Lurcher. A gonzo journalist perpetually pissed but with the happy knack of stumbling across important things like the truth behind the British meat industry, the poll tax etc – a political and cultural satire  written in 1990 for XS magazine.

 

Comic strips
The Irony Fairy – Something Wicked #11 November 2015.

We Ran The Worldsatire on British Empire and 80’s Britain. Thirty monthly double-page spreads and a couple of four-page spreads in The Damage between 1989 and 1991.

Judge Smeg – satirical homage to Judge Dredd. Two strips appeared in The Damage Specials of 1989 and 1990.