In 2004 I started writing. In 2008 I stopped. In 2012 I started again. I write short fiction and poetry. Sometimes I take photographs. And sometimes I tweet @jj_fiction

I’m still updating this list to include everything from the past couple of years, but you can find some of my words here:

To buy online:

Ana and Jose-Ramon in Sleep is a Beautiful Colour

Between Wear and Tyne at Glove #2

Midnight in London in The Bath Flash Fiction Anthology 

Joe, Me and the Theory in Issue 1 of Glove, available here 

Antarctic, 1912 in The Angry Manifesto 

Sunderland 61.3%, No Kind of Plan and We Can Only Be in The Angry Manifesto

My Father Took Me To See The Band in RPM micro-zine in Hand Job Zine

Three poems (New Year, Silence; Father, Son; Apple White)  in The Jawline Review 

Small Fires in The Elbow Room Broadsheet.

Dad, Marilyn, Me in Paper and Ink #8

To read/watch/see online:

An End to Balancing at LossLit

Golden at Flash Flood Journal

Selling Fans in Haliville (2nd prize winner, Exeter Writers)

#Truebeauty at Stroud Short Stories

Trump Protest (photograph) at The Guardian

Stone at Reflex

Ted at Liars’ League

Ripples at Liars’ League

Snow (1st prize winner) at The Short Story

Almost Invisible at SickLitMagazine

Keep My Name and Song at 101Words

Three poems at Underground Books

Giving Up Alcohol at Talking Soup

Angels at Liars’ League (Hong Kong)

Climbing at Room To Write (shortlisted)

Lilies, Roses at Liars’ League (Hong Kong)

Performed Live

Heads at Flashers’ Club

#truebeauty at Stroud Short Stories

Emptiness, Snowmelt at Left Bank, a Talking Tales event, Stokes Croft Writers event.

Antarctic, 1912 and Between Wear and Tyne at The Cross Hands, Bristol, an @AngryManifesto event

Sunderland 61.3%, No Kind of Plan and We Can Only Be at The Cross Hands in Bristol, an @AngryManifesto event

Fingers at Left Bank, Stokes Croft, a Talking Tales, Stokes Croft Writers event.