Just-turned-forty British male freelance writer and creative writing teacher for the past four years after 15 years living and working overseas, doing a variety of jobs.
I've lived in Egypt, Iraq, Ethiopia, Democratic Republic of Congo and Cambodia; travelled through many more countries; met people from still many more.
'My country is the world and my religion is to do good.'
The words are Thomas Paine's; the feelings are mine too.
My writing and my teaching reflect the 'one-world view'; that we are part of a world family in which commonalities are embraced and differences are celebrated.
Interests: My writing (fiction and non-fiction) aims to highlight and address global issues of injustice: the scourge of landmines; child combattants; the effects of globalisation on poor communities; and the abuses committed by international charities in the develo