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No More Chairs: A Monday Night Group Anthology

ImageNo More Chairs is an Anthology from Manchester’s famous Monday Night group, featuring some of the most promising up and coming writers in the North of England- and even one poem from me…

The anthology is an everything-goes collection featuring poetry, short-stories and several pieces inbetween. It has been described on Amazon, variously as:

” Vibrant, well written, interesting and thought provoking.”,

“A very diverse collection of short stories and poems from Northern writers.” and

“Alternately challenging, beautiful, funny, enlightening and disturbing. Well worth a read if you want an idea of what’s going on in Manchester writing at the moment. ”

No More Chairs is available as an ebook on Smashwords and Amazon for about £2 / $3.

For more information about the Monday Night Group, try the website or Facebook Group.




Amazon and Goodreads Bio

Born to the mean streets of Stoke on Trent, Dominic is now an economic immigrant in the Manchester area; living in a box in Stockport and jumping around various temp jobs which range in excitement from typing address information for the Royal Mail, through typing Census forms, all the way up to typing railway station surveys.

When he can clear his mind of postcode information and defective platform copers, he writes stories in genres including horror, humour and erotica- typically depending on what mood he’s in, and his total career earnings thus far amount to 33 US Dollars, for which he is very grateful.

Dominic also writes about himself in the third person for no apparent reason.

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