Stephen Thom is from Carrbridge in the Highlands of Scotland, and enjoys reading and writing fiction with an interpetive element. His pieces have appeared in Firewords Quarterly, Holdfast Magazine, Fur-Lined Ghettos, High Flight, Don’t Do It, Thought Collection Publishing, Thick Jam and Puffin Review amongst others.




Stephen also plays mandolin in a folk-rock band called ‘Dante’. Their debut album, ‘Wake’, was released in October 2013 to fantastic reviews and featured in the Herald’s ‘Top 50 Scottish Albums of the Year’.






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  1. Aw, I was reading the John hawkes article and the post about your going to the terrifying conference and hearing you had to do social media! I will get to the fiction, I saw a pdf link. There should be a small ‘follow’ button at the top of other blogs’ screens? Or click your heels together and chant ‘follow’! 🙂

  2. Hey Stephen…This isn’t an award thing, I promise. But I wondered if you were interested in participating in a “writing process” blog tour. I’m really trying to focus on writers whose work I admire because I want to hear about how you work. It’s also an opportunity to share what you’re working on with other bloggers. I would include a short paragraph about you in my blog tour response. I was tagged by Michelle Terry of MamaMick site. This is her contribution: http://mamamickterry.com/2014/07/29/unpolished-and-earthy-blog-tour/

    I need to tag three other bloggers who are willing to answer four questions about their writing process and tag three bloggers in return. I hope to get mine up this week. If you don’t have time or inclination, I completely understand. Thanks for considering!

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