Enthralling, compulsive reading, begging to be read in one sitting.–The London Magazine
Caught in a riptide while snorkelling on holiday with his girlfriend, Will has the fortunate misfortune of having his life saved by Roland, a man who turns out to be his worst nightmare. Falling into a guilty friendship with his rescuer, Will is consumed by how irritating and fascinating he finds Roland. At the cost of everything and everyone else in his life, Will is hellbent on working out what makes someone not just a prick, but The Prick.
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Like Evelyn Waugh equipped with a smartphone.–OX Magazine
BBC Manchester interview me, in two parts: at 41m here and at 1hr25min here.
3AM Magazine interview me about The Prick with poet Scott Manley Hadley.
Minor Literature[s] interview me about The Prick.
The Mechanics Institute Review interview me for their podcast.
Litro Magazine interview me about The Prick. Also see Meter and Meaningless Number for my previous short stories with Litro.