poster designed by Martin McKenna

•Long narrative poem, “The Debut is the Fin” at both Knockengorroch and Kelburn Garden Party festivals, summer 2011.
• Short story “Superman” at Margins Book and Music Festival, Glasgow, Februray 2011.
• Fiction: Untitled Work In Progress, The Golden Hour, Forest Café, (Edinburgh), July 2010
• Poems “Absinthe” & “Helmut”, The Garden Party 2010, Kelburn Castle, (Kelburn), July 2010
• Flash fiction “Maple”, The Golden Hour England Tour, Green Note (Camden), May 2010
• Short story “Superman”, The Golden Hour England Tour , The George (Hackney), May 2010
• Excerpts of my (unpublished) novel, Courtney Love in Trinity-Bellwoods Park, The Golden Hour Highlands Tour Glenurquhart High, (Drumnadrochit), Moniack Mhor, (Teavarran, Kiltarlity, Beauly), Stornoway Library, The Ceilidh Place, (Ullapool), The Blue Angel, (Findhorn), March 2010
• Poem “Absinthe”, The Scottish Poetry Pamphlet Fair, National Library of Scotland (Edinburgh), December 2009
• “The Debut Becomes the Fin”, The Golden Hour Fringe Festival Special, Forest Café (Edinburgh), August 2009
• Short Fiction “The Succubus”, The Golden Hour European Tour, Shakespeare and Company Bookstore (Paris), Studio 24 (Berlin), CB2 (Cambridge), May 2009
• Poetry from my (unpublished) poetry collection, “The Fabulous Poems”, The Golden Hour Scottish Tour Applecross Inn, (Applecross), March 2009
• Excerpts from my (unpublished) experimental novel “Untitled: A Post-Modern Choose Your Own Adventure” in which the audience was asked to interact with the story to choose its outcome, The Golden Hour Fringe Festival Special, Forest Café, (Edinburgh), August 2008
• “When We Were Broke”, The Golden Hour Oxford Tour, as part of the Oxford Literary Fringe, Blackwell (Oxford), March 2008
• “Subways”, UC Review 25th Anniversary Gala, University College, The University of Toronto, (Canada), 2000 (winner, best fiction award)
• Various comedy sketches and soliloquies, The Bob: Canada’s Longest Running Comedy Revue, Victoria College, The University of Toronto, (Canada) 1998-2001


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