About

haunt bio

I am an author and archaeologist living in North Yorkshire and occasionally Munich, Germany. In my stories Gods are found in boxes, trees hitch-hike and bears play chess in sunlit plazas.

My work has previously appeared in publications such as Cabinet de Fees’ Scheherezade’s Bequest, Pantheon Magazine, Innsmouth Magazine, Jabberwocky Magazine, Sein und Werden, Cafe Irreal and streetcake magazine amongst others.
My story Call Out (First published in Innsmouth Magazine) was chosen for the Best Horror Of The Year Anthology 6.

I’m currently working with imove Arts and Becky Cherriman on a project called Haunt. For more information on this work, please visit Haunt

The name of the blog, Wir Essen Immer Bei Kerzenlicht, is German for We Always Eat By Candlelight. I first read this phrase on a Learn German desktop calendar and fell in love with it. So far it has titled at least two stories, a mix CD and now a blog.

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  1. Loved ‘Why The Sea Tastes of Salt …” Found you reading “Call Out” / Best Horror anthology, story so good I had to look you up and found ‘Sea’. Thoroughly enjoyed both. Thank you for writing them.

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