Read at London Festival of Words in July 2012 and at Storyslingers 1st Story Slam, Shaftesbury Arts Centre, July 2012.
Published in Kissing Frankenstein & Other Stories as part of National Flash Fiction Day. Available from Amazon.co.uk
An atmospheric flash fiction exploring the effect fox-hunting has on the land, its people, and its wildlife. Nomansland focuses on an ambivalent character stuck between the two opposing sides of this long-fought battle.
Whilst planting bombs to blow up innocent slum dwellers, kidnapping members of the anti-corporation group Al’dith, and avoiding the many bullets with his name etched onto them, Sol must decide whether to join a coup to bring his employers down. Doing so could mean one of two things; his freedom or his life.
There are too many poor people living in Tarson City. The Klandestines latest mission is to plant a number of bombs in communal areas of the City’s slums. Less slum people means a reduction of poverty in Tarson City, and nicer looking census reports.
The events of Issue 1 ripple through the series, setting up a chain of events; including murder, betrayal and a coup d’état.
Written by me, illustrated by JY Dong.
free sci fi comic written by me, illustrated by Dan Morison