Unthology 11, featuring… me!

I get to start the week with good news because it’s just been announced that I will have a story in the forthcoming Unthology 11, published on 25th July 2019.

It’s got a typically gorgeous cover and will no doubt contain some of the finest new writing to emerge from the indie press scene (including Angela Readman!), and my story. If you’re not already a fan, this is a great time to pick an issue up.

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It’s a story I’m particularly proud of, trying to make sense of some of the insanities of London – of which there are many. Bishopsgate weird is now a thing.

You can pre-order through Wordery, or ask your local indie bookseller, because they’re probably aces as well.

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The City in Motion

I’ve been thinking about cities, how they’re always in motion. The city never sleeps, its arteries clog, its lungs fill with smoke. But that only¬†describes how we use the space. Meanwhile, it regenerates.

Museum Street

Museum Street, where You Me Bum Bum Train once lived.

City trunks

New towers in the City

Tottenham Court Road

The three faces of London: Historic, developing and transitory

The City at night

The City, in predatory guise

New Fenchurch Street

The crest of the wave