It’s been a long time since I’ve updated here, so here’s a two-in-one shot.
Since April, I’ve been writing flash fiction on Forbes’ website for NetApp. Taking a futuristic (and often less than optimistic!) take on the future of technology in many shapes and forms, my 100 Words Into The Future posts have been getting a lot of views and generating some great discussion.
I discovered this week that there will be a new flash fiction going up every Friday from next week, bringing regular doses of futurism to the world of business and technology. If you can’t wait until then, you see my most popular piece to date here and find links to my other stories on the same page. I tweet links to each one as they come out, so if you want to see them as they happen you can follow me on Twitter.
I’m also excited to be learning lines ahead of starting an intensive run of rehearsals in September and a tour in October. Sold, which debuted as No Soul For Sale at last year’s International Conference on Human Trafficking in Cardiff, has received a grant from the Arts Council for 12 performances in venues all over Wales. I’m looking forward to going back to work with Director and Playwright Jennifer Hartley and working with a fantastic cast of actors to bring this play back to the stage.
In addition to the play, recorded Sold across several very late nights in sub-zero temperatures at a bus stop in Cardiff Bay in November and December last year. It’s currently in the edit and discussions are ongoing about what we’re going to do with it once it’s finished. We’re hoping to have a cast-and-crew premiere in August but in the meantime, take a look at the trailer.