Short Fiction

Maniac, Bella magazine, April 1993. Won prize in their Twist in the Tale competition & story subsequently sold to magazine & published.

The Dream Seller, British Fantasy Society (BFS) Dark Horizons fiction anthology, 1995.

Carousel, Xenos, 1992 (& reprinted BFS Chills fiction anthology, 1996). Won an Honourable Mention by Ellen Datlow in Years Best Fantasy & Horror, 1996.

The Fifth Dimension, Between The Sheets, 1995.

Keeping The Faith, FantasyCon 2000 Souvenir Magazine (as Cally Andrews). Won prize in David Gemmell Cup (as Daughter of Lir), 1995.

Ocean Gypsy by Blackmore's Night. Awesome track that sums up 
Daughter of Lir for me - the retelling of a celtic tale of the sea and the 
price of immortality


20-20 Vision. Commissioned for charity horror anthology Shrouded By Darkness, 2006, published by Telos Publishing.

Beyond Rescue, an unpublished neat little 500 word ghost story - are there any markets for 500 word ghost stories? I posted it here.

Sarah, another shortie written for a competition (won 3rd prize). You can read it here. 


Masquerade, BFS Dark Horizons, 2006. Shortlisted for Ian St James Award. Shortlisted for national short story competition (and withdrawn from competition at this stage). 

Hunt, BFS New Horizons, 2009.

Moira, published online by Every Day Fiction, August 2011.

Love Story, actually it's a crime story, though I expect it's a bit too dark for most markets.
 

 

On the Edge of Forever, light fantasy now published by MWiDP in The Kindle Coffee Break Collection, vo1 1













The Leaving Of Liverpool, a crime short story published in Knife Edge anthology available from amazon in ebook or print.

 What else could it be but Ferry Cross the Mersey? Especially when I'm blowing 
up bits of Liverpool.

Ten to Nine, a crime short story written for a competition.

Many of these, plus tv script novelisation Lacuna, have been collected together in Maniac and Other Stories, which is available from Amazon kindle or Smashwords (all formats).