What’s Your Story? #socialmedia

I’ve believed for a long time now that Facebook particularly is a toxic realm of disappointment that serves no purpose other than to sap your creativity. This article seems to agree, though perhaps not so vehemently!

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About Matt Wesolowski

Matt Wesolowski is an author from Newcastle-Upon-Tyne in the UK. He is an English tutor and leads Cuckoo Young Writers creative writing workshops for young people in association with New Writing North. Wesolowski started his writing career in horror and his short horror fiction has been published in numerous magazines and US anthologies. Wesolowski's debut novella ‘The Black Land‘ a horror set on the Northumberland coast, was published in 2013 by Blood Bound Books and his latest horror novella set in the forests of Sweden is available in 'Dimension 6' magazine through Coeur De Lion Publishing. Wesolowski was a winner of the Pitch Perfect competition at 'Bloody Scotland'; Crime Writing Festival 2015, his subsequent debut crime novel 'Six Stories' will be available through Orenda Books in the spring of 2017 View all posts by Matt Wesolowski

3 responses to “What’s Your Story? #socialmedia

  • Kheleya Fahrmann (khelwriter)

    Re. “The Book:” interesting classical horror fiction. Salutations from a fellow atavism, although one given to much plainer speech.

    • MJ Wesolowski

      Thank you!. I’m glad you enjoyed it. It’s not my usual style though; I was paying a bit of a homage to Lovecraft on his 124th birthday.

      • Kheleya Fahrmann (khelwriter)

        And you did a very credible job! It’s definitely a unique voice rather than an imitation of Lovecraft, but close enough to Lovecraft that it’s recognizable. But don’t you find that Lovecraft was the father of literary xenophobia? His entire literature is a demonization of otherness. To be fair to him, he demonized the Elder Gods, but today people have taken up his torch by demonizing mental patients, including me.

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