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This section contains a collection of poetry, written between 1985 and the present day. Many of these poems have been performed live at spoken word events, and published as part of poetry journals and sites, including the Poetry Library, Panic! Brixton Poets Society, and Unesco's 'Poetica Babele'.

You can navigate by 'related poems' or simply by using the 'back' and 'next' buttons.

As well as poetry, you will also find some short stories and articles here, written for various publications.

I'm also a co-organiser of the Brixton BookJam - a free quarterly literary events featuring 5 minute readings from famous and not so famous writers. There are books, but it's not bookish. There is no jam! If you'd like to take part, contact us

I'm currently working on a new novel called 'A fist full of cherries' - set in Japan, it starts just before the Tsunami of March 2011, and follows the stories of a couple split apart by the disaster, and the mysterious disappearance of their son. If you'd like to know more, or represent this book please get in touch

I've just published a new book. It's available as an old-fashioned paperback or new fangled Kindle or iBooks editions.