C.V.

Issue #9 of “Push” will be out on January 18th, meaning my published output for 2013 is complete. Scanning back through my archives, I’ve amassed my published literary CV for any budding Boswells out there. Here it is….

 

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Prior to having things published in Push, there has been something of a hiatus in my literary career. For my benefit, as much as anyone else’s, here’s a chronological list of my previous literary efforts -:

1998:

On The One Road in Printer’s Devil, periodical issue J

Joe’s Family in Practise to Deceive, Wear Valley Writers Annual Anthology

Caledonian Thistle in The Magpie’s Nest, periodical Winter 1998

The Good Wife in The Magpie’s Nest, periodical Winter 1998

Suicide Sue in The Magpie’s Nest, periodical Winter 1998

1999:

The Barbecue in Lateral Moves, periodical issue 23

Save The Whale in Lateral Moves, periodical issue 23

No Time for Ice Cream in Girlboy, Pulp Faction Anthology

Mickey’s Motors in Billy Liar, periodical issue 3

2000:

Thomas in The Unexpected Pond, Route Anthology

2001:

Who Invented God? in Billy Liar, periodical issue 5

2011:

Easterside Nocturne in Turps, periodical issue 8

2013:

Pigeons in Push, periodical issue 2

Easterside Nocturne in Push, periodical issue 2

D Overton in Push, periodical issue 3

Horseplay in Push, periodical issue 3

Alma Mater in Push, periodical issue 4

The Sporting Life in Push, periodical issue 4

Follow! Follow! in Push, periodical issue 6

White Hart / White Heat in Push, periodical issue 6

A Quiet One in Push, periodical issue 7

Words of Expectation in Push, periodical issue 8

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