An insight…

Can’t sleep. (As is often the case.) Thinking is this the place to share? I’m an artist. The decision is made: Shape of a Man I breathe. Like you, I have a pulse. Like you, I bleed. The constants are few, The inconsistencies many. What then, is the shape of a man?

Anorexia, the Media, and Body Image in the 21st Century.

I’m known (incorrectly) as an author of horror. (I say incorrectly because horror conjures up images of Dracula, Zombies and other such B-movie stereotypes.) I often write about horrific themes, but I draw inspiration from my experiences and the world as a whole. The poem below was written in response to a piece of art … More Anorexia, the Media, and Body Image in the 21st Century.

New WIP

After an enforced lay-off, work has begun on my next novel.  I’m in no rush to complete it, instead, I’m content to let it take form naturally. What can you expect? The usual dash of darkness, with a smattering of paranormal and oodles of unpleasantness. The prologue is written.  The piece remains untitled. Work continues…

London Pub Theatre Review – The Watching Eye (ScareSlam, Old Red Lion Theatre, London)

A glowing review of a piece I submitted to Blackshaw Theatre, for the recent ScareSlam event: The Watching Eye  Written by Dan Weatherer  Performed by Ellie Pitkin ‘The Watching Eye’ tells the story of a couple who find themselves in a desperately creepy, remote cottage. In classical horror story style, strange things begin to happen … More London Pub Theatre Review – The Watching Eye (ScareSlam, Old Red Lion Theatre, London)