Monthly Archives: November 2014

Poem For December

On encircling hills the army first amasses snowflake-cold, hard-hearted dressed in white spyglass ice twinkling the city in their sights poised to descend with north winds shrieking orders putting citizens to flight shutting down their roads, barricading them in under … Continue reading

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Urban photographs

8am, November morning. It may be modest in size, but Glasgow really is one of the most beautiful Victorian cities in the world when you open your eyes to what a previous generation left for us. Such generosity and genius. … Continue reading

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Volwys is out now…

Well folks, the wait is over! My eighth book (and my third this year) is now available from Dog Horn. And it’s rather good value at under a tenner for 274 pages of solid Sci Fi. One novella and nine … Continue reading

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Poem For November

Return, return the endless car wash where the brushes turn lashes rain upon this screen whips wind through portals of my brain autumn winter wipe me clean as grey clouds queue to shed their load I turn my head from … Continue reading

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