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Every now and then, I like to dabble in a bit of short story writing – so far it seems, those of a ghostly nature. Perhaps it’s the fact that so much time spent in the natural world naturally leads to a curious intrigue in tales of the supernatural, but whatever the reason I’m a sucker for the chill provided by a ghost story or a bit of folk horror. I’m particularly indebted to the master of the ghost story, the 19th century Cambridge scholar M.R. James, whose formula of the trope is unrivalled.

You can find my written works below:

Pigeon Spikes

The Beggar’s Folly