Paul D. Brazill's blog, You Would Say That, Wouldn't You? - http://pdbrazill.blogspot.com/
I was born in England and now live in Poland. I left school at sixteen and played bass guitar in a couple of early '80s post-punk bands. I started writing flash fiction and short stories at the end of 2008.
I've since had bits and bobs published in various magazines and anthologies, including CrimeFactory, Beat To A Pulp, Needle, A Twist Of Noir, Radgepacket and The Mammoth Book Of Best British Crime 8.
I've also had two short but perfectly formed collections published -13 Shots Of Noir (Untreed Reads) and Snapshots (Pulp Metal Fiction).
Pulp Press will publish the novella Guns Of Brixton in 2012. Oh, I've also edited two anthologies - True Brit Grit (Guilty Conscience) and Drunk On The Moon (Dark Valentine Press). I contribute to Pulp Metal Magazine, Mean Streets and Sabotage Times.
I do get about, don't I?
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