There’s always snow on Kilimanjaro

‘There always snow on Kilimanjaro’ in The Tomorrow Issue (July 2018).  Vol 7 Issue 1 of Here Comes Everyone literary magazine.



Two ecologists consider the end of the world, and Hemingway, at the foot of Kilimanjaro.

“Poignant, believable and well executed.”

ISSN 2398 – 4783

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Dikē in the new Sins of the Gods Anthology


Sins of the Gods: Twisted Tales of Mythology: Volume 3 (Sins of Time) Paperback – 31 Oct 2017

When the paths of gods and men cross, then the skeins of fate twist. And none more twisted than the sixteen stories of mayhem, horror and the plain weird in these pages.

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Take a wander around my publications further down this page, many of them free to read online.

You can also take a gander* at my performance CV and other professional history and check for any upcoming events.

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Troll in Bartelby Snopes

Short story of the Month for August 2015

Print publication 11 January 2016

 When a boy’s imagination encounters the deep spirits of the land.

Charles  de Lint said, “Lots of mythic resonance and it didn’t go where I was expecting it to.”

Bartleby Snopes Issue 14 features stories and artwork from 35 authors and artists, including the 5 winners of the 7th Annual Dialogue Contest.

 Read free online at Bartley Snopes HERE

Or buy the print copy HERE