Eveleigh, Nik

Nik is a Welshman living in South Africa. In 2013, after several years of entertaining a faithful single-digit flock of followers on his blog he started writing short stories and became suitably addicted. He has no set style or genre – what comes out is what comes out – but he tries to waste as few words as possible when telling a tale.

The demands of trying to work full time, be a reasonable dad to two wonderful children and be a decent husband to an equally wonderful wife has led to a curtailment of many of his hobbies but he tries to find time to run and brew beer (not always in that order) in between all the writing, reading and editing stuff.

His life’s work and more can be found here

His submissions to Literally Stories are:

A Gift For Cheyenne
Any Crow In A Storm
Crouching Feline, Hidden Lobster
Midas Brown
A Few Dead Men
Kill Switch 
The Old Man In The Park 
Ella’s Ghost
Tobias Haglund In conversation with Nik Eveleigh
Reinventing Amy
Only Rock And Roll
The Culex Experiment
In Flight Memory
Good Night, Good Luck and Good Love
Gastro The Great
The Adamant Carbonisation Of Henry Spiller
The Generation We Lost
A Shaggy Crow Story
The Water’s Edge
Word Puppet 
And A Crow In A Pear Tree
Car Crash Television 
A Single Grain Of Salt