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 3:AM 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.