Interview @ Col’s Criminal Library

Earlier this month tireless UK book blogger Colman Keane invited me to take part in a Q&A at his excellent Col’s Criminal Library blog. Among other things, we discussed my new novelette Skull Meat, 10 years of Paignton Noir and my haphazard creative process. Thanks to Col for putting me through my paces!

And, in case you missed it, here is a link to Col’s top-notch review of Skull Meat.

Short, Sharp Interview by Paul D. Brazill

Earlier this month – to celebrate the release of my new novelette Skull Meat – I did an interview with Brit Grit kingpin Paul D. Brazill, in which I discuss the key British influences on my fiction: J.G. Ballard, Iain Sinclair, Derek Raymond and David Peace. You can check out the Q&A here.

Paul also made Skull Meat a ‘Recommended Read’ on his website, saying: ‘Skull Meat is Brit Grit at its grittiest. Ulra-violent, foul-mouthed, atmospheric, hilarious and choc-full of great lines.  I loved it!’ Check out his fantastic review here.

Big thanks to PDB!