I was once described as a Post Modern Neo-Absurdist (or some such thing) by an American writer friend, but I'm not sure how snugly that title fits. But then I'm not really sure why the sun shines or why bears shit in the woods or why Eastenders is so crap. All I am sure of is that most of my work doesn't comfortably fit into any genre.
Occasionally I write straightforward, sensible(ish) stories, usually (but by no means always) with a supernatural twist. More often than not I include a generous sprinkle of near (nay, way beyond) the knuckle humor, improbable sexuality and, on occasion, I stir in a hefty dose of chaos and sheer impossibility - so perhaps the Absurdist title fits better than I thought, I really don't know.
Oh, I almost forgot to mention, I have a Kindle book on Amazon if anyone wants to take a look. It's called Mr. Stripy And Other Stories, Seven Slippery Supernatural Snippets. It's only a couple of quid, it's a bargain really, and hopefully it's a good read. Plus it has an unfeasibly long, rather tiger oriented afterthought.....
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