Project Calm, Vintage Magazine, Yellow Magazine, My Weekly.
They have won, been shortlisted, long listed and had honourable mentions in many competitions:
Wells Short Story Prize (Wyvern Prize and first prize), Five Stop Story Competition (first prize), Momaya Press (first prize and on another occasion highly commended), Frome Short Story Prize (first and local prize), Yeovil Short Story Competition and Exeter Short Story Competition (both third prize), Fish Short Story Prize, Mslexia Short Story Competition, Magic Oxygen and Bath Short Story Competition amongst others.
They have been broadcast on local radio:
BBC Bristol, BBC Wiltshire, Frome FM, Audiobookradio.com; on a number of hospital radio stations: Bath Hospital Radio, Hospital Radio Stortford, UCL Radio; and elsewhere - I was delighted to hear recently that my story Morg had been downloaded nearly 80,000 times from Bedtime FM.
My stories have also, of course, been performed and recorded at the event that I run with Kilter Theatre, Story Fridays.
I like reading my work to an audience, and have performed short stories at many events:
Story Fridays, Story Saturdays, BrisTales, Heads and Tales, Telltales, White Rabbit, National Flash Fiction Day, Salisbury Arts Festival, Bath Fringe Festival, Bath Festival of Literature, Frome Festival, St Ives Arts Festival, Cyprus Wells, Sparks Dartington Radio, Coleford Festival, Secret Garden Party, Green Man Festival, Feast of Stories, Gig In The House, Small Stories.
I also like site-specific writing:
This year, I curated a story walk with Kilter Theatre. We took an audience on a walk around Bath, stopping for five minute stories along the way. This walk went down very well with the audience. Our story walks are an on-going project.
In 2018 I co-created Foraged Fictions with Kilter, a site-specific story promenade at National Trust property Prior Park. The event received 5*s from Theatre Bath. In 2015, I curated, produced and performed at Story Friday Goes Swimming, a site-specific short story event set at and inspired by a derelict Georgian lido in Bath. It was dubbed ‘a huge success’ by the Bath Chronicle. Also in 2015 I was a Hidden City writer-in-residence at Horizon House for the Bristol Open Doors project (Part Exchange). I have written a number of site-specific short stories through arts company Heads and Tales, including recorded audio story-walks around areas of Bristol and Bath.
In 2016, I curated, recorded and sound-edited a series of nine stories for Bath Hospital Radio, including one of my own. From Flanders Field to Bath marked the centenary of the Royal United Hospital in Bath. All of the stories were inspired by the site and by historical fact. This was the first literary commission by Bath Hospital Radio in its 50 year history.