Garrie Fletcher studied Art in Bradford, wrote for a music magazine in Northampton, worked as a special needs teacher in Birmingham, and currently trains civil servants. Unthology 5, Blackheath Books, 3 AM Magazine, and many others have published his work. Mantle Lane Press have published two books, Night Swimming, and Submerged. Radio Wildfire broadcast a selection of his work including a song, and he has a poem on a headstone in Polesworth Abbey. He writes short stories, scripts and novels, is a member of the Tindal Street Fiction Group, and Room 204, and runs creative writing workshops for Writing West Midlands. He has also delivered writing workshops for prisons, mental health settings, schools and museums. He writes about the gaps between lives, the pauses between stations, the static hiss of the city and the thick knuckles of the earth.
You can find him on twitter here @Fletchski
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