Osgood, Antony

Tony lives a skimmed-stone’s bounce from Margate. His youth involved hauling coals to Newcastle: he worked in psychology, autism, disability fields, edited books, wrote chapters, articles, moved into academia. He has just had a second non-fiction book accepted. His short story Haus des Meeres was published by Blue Nib. A poem he wrote in a bread queue will be published in an anthology by Rare Swan as part of the 100 Words of Solitude project, exploring mental health and lockdown. Retiring early, he writes full time, and has completed his second novel. He passes his time with little to show for it.

Stories:

All my Darlings Waiting – Coming soon