I started writing one June, I like writing a lot more than working.
I wish I could work less and write more.

For a while I struggled to find a label for my writing (everybody likes a label), and then thanks to tiny poet I found one. I write tiny fiction.

‘Wife swap’
Published by nth position, July 2008
You can read it here

‘Emigration’
Published by Six Sentences July 2008
You can read it here

‘Foundations’
Published by Matchbook Story January 2010
You can read it here

‘Atisschoo’
Published by Ink, Sweat and Tears February 2010
You can read it here

‘Social Networking’
Published by The Beat February 2010
You can read it here

‘Daisy Chain’
Published by Scarecrow March 2010
You can read it here

‘Called Off Play’
Published by Scarecrow March 2010
You can read it here

‘Snow Comes Early’
Published by Scarecrow March 2010
You can read it here

‘Hamam’
Published by This Zine Will Change Your Life March 2010
You can read it here

‘A Clean Mind’
Published by The Pygmy Giant April 2010
You can read it here

‘Frames’
Published by 3:am Magazine September 2010
You can read it here

‘Capturing light’
This was never meant to be a story. It was a quip. About a photograph. Well about a camera, that took broken photographs. It was never meant to be, but it came out a story. It rests on my blog.
You can read it here

‘The Pocket’
Back in 2011 I was asked to write a piece for inaugural edition of Rong Wrong – a literary magazine on the nature of language. I never received a copy and recently noticed the web site’s gone of line. One can only hazard that any viewing is now confined to the shelves and drawers of those who brought a copy. Nthposition — the very fine online literary site — decided that they would like to publish it in the absence of other outlets. You can read it here