Heartland Plays (USA) secure publication rights to two more Plays

As a writer, there are often long periods where nothing happens with regard to submissions and placing work. This is because the review process for any publisher involves a lot of time – there are millions of writers out there, all vying for a piece of the action. Sometimes, news comes thick and fast, and, … More Heartland Plays (USA) secure publication rights to two more Plays

‘Legend of the Chained Oak’ hits Amazon Fire TV/Roku – more platforms to follow

It has been a long time in the works, but I can now officially announce that our award-winning, internationally screened, micro-budget short film, is now available to stream via POV Horror’s new channel dedicated to “Found Footage” films. Phew! That was a mouthful. Apple/Chromecast/Playstation and Xbox support is due to follow soon, meaning that the … More ‘Legend of the Chained Oak’ hits Amazon Fire TV/Roku – more platforms to follow

‘Beige’ selected for Unrestricted View Horror Festival, London 2017

‘Beige’ continues to go from strength to strength, having been selected by the London Horror society for inclusion on their night in the Unrestricted View Horror Film Festival, 2017. Check these guys out if you are serious about your horror: Twitter/Instagram: @londonhorrorsoc FaceBook: The London Horror Society. Thanks to Chris Niall and co. My thanks … More ‘Beige’ selected for Unrestricted View Horror Festival, London 2017

The Way We Were (Sep, 2017) “Chained Oak”- The Fact Behind The Fiction

I was honored to be asked to write an article on one of my favourite topics for The Sentinel’s “Legends” special supplement. My interest in folklore spans many years, and I often explore it in my work. The Chained Oak effectively launched my career, inspiring my first major story and my first film project. In … More The Way We Were (Sep, 2017) “Chained Oak”- The Fact Behind The Fiction

Opinion Piece

I watch football with envy, not because of the amount of money players make (although, it WOULD be great to earn that much a year!), but because of the amount of time/money etc. invested in each professional player.  I see this in other sports too.  How I long for such support for the arts!  Imagine … More Opinion Piece