James Farson is a writer from Peterborough. He has been writing creatively since his early teens and his output has included novels, stories, poems, and reviews/essays that he posts on his blog, Those Big Words. He studied for a degree in English Literature at the Peterborough campus of Anglia Ruskin University, which he received in 2013. Whilst there, he also received the Ian Gordon Prize for Best Dissertation in English, for his thesis on James Joyce's Ulysses. He feels strangely ambivalent about writing in the third person regarding himself.
The first collection of stories from Peterborough based writer James Farson. Includes weird tales such as “The King of Infinite Space”, and, “Head”, that have previously appeared on the author’s website, along with material never before published.
The first collection of poetry from Peterborough born and based writer James Farson. Collected here are 19 poems which run the gamut from acid-etched visions of sunsets to the difficulties of owning cats, or having teeth, and even a consideration of those Friends VHS tapes that you seem to find in every charity shop.