James is a thoroughly lovely author we first came across about three years ago with a great novel called Tourmaline published by Snow Books (which is actually a follow up to his debut – The Narrows). Since then I’ve even managed to appear in a couple of anthologies alongside him.
His story, After Happily Ever wonders what happens to those who’ve already saved the world, who are responsible for its Golden Age.
James Brogden is a writer of horror and dark fantasy. A part-time Australian who grew up in Tasmania and the Cumbrian Borders, he has since escaped to suburbia and now lives with his wife and two daughters in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, where he teaches English. His short stories have appeared in various anthologies and periodicals ranging from The Big Issue to the BFS Award-Winning Alchemy Press. His most recent novel, ‘Hekla’s Children’ is due to be published by Titan Books in March 2017. Blogging occurs infrequently at jamesbrogden.blogspot.co.uk, and tweeting at @skippybe.
You can get Summer’s End here.