With a little help from our friends….
The Book Guild
Traditional and partnership publishing, in effective and efficient ways.
Publisher of my books Howell Grange, Fallen Eagles, The Densham Do, Diamond Val
The Conrad Press
‘run by writers, for writers’
Publisher of my novel Gemini Day, and the forthcoming novel, Boudicca Rising
Publisher of my novel Roxanne Riding Hood.
Sentinel Poetry Movement
In spite of the name, SPM were the publishers of my first book, First Flame, a collection of stories which had all won prizes, commendations or listings in U.K. short story competitions.
Imprint of the magazine The Recusant, Caparison publishes original poetry collections, including my third collection The Huntington Hydra. Edited by distinguished poet Alan Morrison.
The Linnet’s Wings
Innovative and artistic editor Marie Fitzpatrick published several stories of mine in the Linnet’s Wings, and also published my short story collection, The Guy Thing
Chris Fielden’s site is invaluable for all writers, whether experienced or novices, with a vast amount of information relating to competitions and publishers and an updating e-mail newsletter.
Jonathan is a professor of creative writing at Leicester University, and his site is also very informative and helpful. In addition to his main site, www.jonathantaylor.co.uk, he also does a blog featuring new books, at www.creativewritingatleicester.blogspot.co.uk
This has recently included my book, Roxanne Riding Hood and Other Dubious Tales
Mark and I have worked together in the past. He is an author and provider of editorial services.
Writer and editor Amanda Saint continues with the online magazine Retreat West, publisher of several of my stories, and her interview and review activities.
Fiction on the Web
Charlie Fish’s fiction site has been giving writers opportunities for years, and still is. Several of my own stories have been accepted for the site, and the standard of presentation and editing has remained high
AR Web Design
IT man and designer Andrew Rapps has enabled me to get my own site up and running.
Mike Arscott’s expertise has helped me towards a social media presence in recent months.
About Bruce Harris
Bruce Harris is a Devon-based author and poet who has been consistently successful in short fiction and poetry competitions since 2003, after a long teaching and research career involving published journalism.
Bruce has published four collections of short fiction, Fallen Eagles (2021), The Guy Thing (2018), Odds Against (2017), and First Flame (2013), and three poetry collections, The Huntington Hydra (2019), Kaleidoscope (2017) and Raised Voices (2014). His first novel, Howell Grange, was published by the Book Guild in October 2019; his second, Gemini Day, was published by The Conrad Press in July 2021, and his third, The Densham Do was published by Book Guild publication on February 28th 2022.