Paul Sutton Reeves writes fiction with an experimental twist.
He has worked as a freelance journalist, writing on music and economics. He has written the biography of left-field musician, Bill Nelson. He is a writer in mid-career. It just so happens that his fiction has yet to be published.
He has a pathological dislike of self-promotion and suspects that talking about himself in the third person is the first sign of a Napoleon Complex. Nevertheless, he has made available a sampler of his work entitled 'Jamboree Bag', containing extracts from novels and novellas, short stories, biography, memoir, music journalism, blog posts, and even song lyrics and poems. See the link on his website for details.
He lives with his two children and divides his time between East Anglia and Brittany.
Paul Sutton Reeves in 60 seconds
When did you start writing?
1985 Rayleigh, England.
What do you love about short stories?
They're the right length for a work of fiction with that many words.
Do you write in other forms?
I also write novels, novellas, non-fiction and journalism.
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