Admin worker by day: reader-of-the-things by night. Occasional theatre director and playwright. Big fan of world breads.
Richard T. Watson is Fiction Editor for Sabotagereviews.com, which focuses on small-scale and indie literature and hosts the annual Saboteur Awards. His fiction has been published by Leaf Books and Eclectic Eel zine. In 2009, he won the Sunday Times Harold Hobson Student Drama Critic Award. His play, Pack Mentality won 2010’s International Student Playscript Competition, and he was shortlisted for the Shaw Society’s inaugural T F Evans Award. Since then he's mostly been temping around the public sector.
He lives with his wife and her piano in West Yorkshire.
With a fresh round of spending cuts in the Afterlife and immigration services stretched to breaking point, mistakes are inevitable. Admin errors, but from the Other Side.
Loitering somewhere between Dickens, Pratchett and Douglas Adams, The Book of the Not-Dead-Enough is a collection of short shorts and flash fictions that isn't wholly flippant nor wholly serious, but tickles at the join between.