Born in Croydon, South London, Terence James Eeles is an ’80s child, Crystal Palace season-ticket holder, Amiga nostalgist, mp3 hussy, West Country graduate, library connoisseur, slow reader and Wikislut. He works in the West End in retail visual display. Writing subversive, lyrical and motif-driven fiction, in 2011 Terry was commended and shortlisted in the Manchester Fiction and Bridport Short Story prizes. His story “Lemming” (which he is expanding into a black-comedy novel) will be appearing in an upcoming anthology edited by Chuck Palahniuk. “The Trojan Horse Mixtape” is from a collection of linked stories. His parents are awesome.
More aural pleasure from the MIR9 Editors - Terence James Eeles reading his story, 'The Trojan Horse Mixtape'.
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