Thursday, 19 December 2013
To conclude a busy year I've been working on two quite different pieces this week.
For The Guardian, a blog about the Northern Writer's Award and the everyday hustle of being a writer of novels.
And for the New Statesman a piece about the Ian Watkins case, in a broader music business context.
In other news: the first print run of Snorri & Frosti published by 3AM Press has now sold out.
This is the first thing of mine other than my integrity that has sold out so thank you to everyone who bought a copy.
New copies are being printed. And the download version is available for only £1, along with many other great short stories via Galley Beggar Press.