Introduction to Trauma: Essays on Art and Mental Health which features contributions Rhiannon L Cosslett, Monique Roffey, David Lynch and others.
In 1972, during the chaotic days of the three-day week, Bridget ‘Brix’ Shipley moves to Plunge Hill to start her new job as a medical secretary in this horror novella.
Hometown Tales pairs writers to explore the meaning of home. In ‘After the Funeral, the Crawl’ a couple confront a dark secret over the course of a pub crawl.
Ten startling stories offering glimpses of lives and landscapes from the North West coastline, featuring Andrew Michael Hurley, Carys Bray and others.
Two women connected by a notorious murder begin an investigation into a mutual ancestor in this novella told entirely via an exchange of emails
You’re stranded in Preston Bus Station, known as the North’s most monstrous building, in this interactive novel in which the narrative lies in your own hands.
- ‘Seeing Things and Saying Things: Writing the Ghost’ – Writing the Uncanny (2021)
- ‘Tide Wrack and Sand’ – Sandscapes: Writing the British Seaside (2020)
- ‘The Harris Library: Strange Strolls’ – BBC Radio 3 (2019)
- ‘On Morecambe Bay’ – The Guardian (2017)
- Ten Modern Epistolary Novels – The Guardian (2017)
- ‘Faith in Fiction and the Persistence of Doubt’ – Singing and Dancing to The Book of Mormon: Critical Essays on the Broadway Musical (2016)
- ‘A Moment That Changed Me’ – The Guardian (2016)
- ‘Writing From Life’ – The Art of the Novel (2015)
- ‘On Being Brief’ – Writing Short Stories (2015)
- ‘Generation Rental’ – The Guardian (2014)
- ‘Painted Ladies: Why Women Get Tattoos’ – The Guardian (2013)
- ‘Why I Refused to Go to School’ – The Guardian (2012)