Christopher was born in Glasgow in 1978. At various times in his life, he has been a paperboy, a supermarket cashier, a shelf stacker, a barman, a cinema usher, a carpet-fitter’s labourer, a foreign-language assistant and a teacher. He currently lives and writes in someone else’s small flat near London and his debut collection of short transgressive fiction, Whisky for Breakfast, is available now from Bridge House Publishing.
You may remember that I reviewed Whisky for Breakfast on the show back in May this year. This week, I’ll be talking to Christopher about his inspirations and influences for the book, and about transgressive fiction and his writing in general. And, of course, he’ll be sharing his selections for this week’s Apocalypse Books.
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