Like a lot of writers, I’ve no idea what I’m doing. I’m never really sure what I want to write, what I’m trying to say, whether what I’m writing is working, whether what I’m working on should be a short story or a novel, whether the title needs changing, whether to use a comma or a full stop, whether I’m even a writer or just someone with a laptop going mad.
I did a brief interview with Gehenna & Hinnom, a horror magazine, in which I talk about how Ted Hughes, Virginia Woolf and Fiendish Feet yoghurts made me want to become a writer.You can read it here.
This is done in promotion of The Shadow Booth, an anthology of brand new weird and eerie short stories from the likes of myself, Paul Tremblay, Gary Budden and others which is currently doing roaring trade on Kickstarter. There’s more about thinking behind The Shadow Booth in this essay by its editor Dan Coxon and you can pledge some money to make it all happen here.