Thomas Brown is a postgraduate researcher at the University of Southampton, where he is exploring the relationship between horror and the sublime in literature. Literary influences include Clive Barker, Poppy Z. Brite and Thomas Ligotti. He writes dark, surreal fiction.

Thomas has written for a number of magazines, websites and independent publishers, including: Almond Press, Dark Edifice Magazine, Dark River Press, FUSSED Magazine, Hampshire View, HEROINE Magazine, Horrified Press, Notes from the Underground, Pen of the Damned, Sirens Call Publications, Sparkling Books, The Horror Zine, Thirteen Press, trans lit mag and the University of Southampton’s annual Creative Writing anthologies. In 2010 he won the University of Southampton’s Flash Fiction Competition for his short story, ‘Crowman’. In 2014 he won the annual Almond Press Short Story Competition, ‘Broken Worlds’. He is a proud member of the dark fiction writing group, Pen of the Damned.

Thomas is currently working very hard to promote his writing and is most appreciative of the support he has received to date. He can be contacted through:

tbrowncopy [at] gmail.com (complete the address as needed).

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  1. R J Madigan says:

    Totally blown away by your blog. Can’t wait to read more. I was wondering what your thoughts were on the topic of multitouch ibooks? I think they are still so new that their story telling potential still hasn’t been fully explored yet. They are used a lot more in education than in general fiction. I hope you stop by my site http://www.swordofair.net sometime soon. Rae Madigan.

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