By Daniel Gothard
Daniel David Gothard has a CertHE from Ruskin College, Oxford, and a Masters degree in creative writing from Bath Spa University. He has been published in numerous anthologies and literary journals in the UK and the USA and was shortlisted for the Waterstone's Bookshops Writer of the Year Bursary in 2009. He is the author of five published novels, including Simon says and Reunited, both RNA award nominated and WH Smith's bestsellers, and was nominated for the People's Book Prize for literary fiction in 2014. He was the arts and culture correspondent for After Nyne magazine. His latest novel is How I See Things (Analog Submission Press, 2019)
Darker Entries is an A5 saddle stitched chapbook of short stories. Lovingly handmade, hand stamped, and hand numbered. Limited to 25 copies. Printed on an old Canon laser printer we found abandoned at a dump site. Neon fuelled wrappers.