Stephen R Bailey


After 30 years working in the IT industry and, alongside his wife Rebecca, 4 years self employment in retail, Stephen R Bailey decided to embark on the literary trail, something that had long been festering in the back of his mind.

With a nod of appreciation to the likes of Ben Elton, and more especially the earlier works of Tom Sharpe, Stephen is attempting to put his own slant on some of the more ridiculous excesses of human nature. Racism, homophobia, greed and socially corrupt politics are all in his sights, and ‘An Inconvenient Terrorist’, his first novel, is a satirical observation on the world’s response to global terrorism.

His second novel, ‘The Mysterious death of Hercules Moneybags’ is currently in development and is a personal statement on living in a small village community. Miss Marple was correct; far worse things happen in such an environment than you would ever imagine!

Where to find Stephen R Bailey online

Where to buy in print


An Inconvenient Terrorist
Price: Free! Words: 62,360. Language: English. Published: November 1, 2009. Categories: Fiction » Humor & comedy » General
The arrest of a kebab shop owner, Yoosuf Ahmet, after an altercation with drunken youths, leads to a charge of terrorism, incarceration, and ultimate release thanks to a computer club, a group of disaffected gays and a growing uncertainty of political due process.

Stephen R Bailey's tag cloud

australia    humor    humour    irony    politics    satire    st kilda    stephen r bailey    terrorism