www.beingasheep.wordpress.com is an exploration into animal nature, human nurture, and social media. Read the thoughts and reflections of David Hubert-Holmes as he spends eight days being a sheep in the Lake District.
David Hubert Holmes’ story was first published in Blue Mesa Review, Issue 24.
Electric Literature is one of my favourite (and most respected) short story magazines:
I wanted to let you know our readers found the first-person narration skillfully rendered, the dialogue colorful, and each aspect of the story’s world and its characters crafted with care. I also would like to pass on what one of our readers wrote: “This is a strong piece with brilliantly absurd renditions of reality.” Thank you for sharing your story with us.
Urban Theory Film’s online network of filmmakers has been renamed to Unicity, giving the project a unique identity to the other work that UBT undertakes.
4. Jigsaw Documentaries: my latest contribution to Unicity’s ‘Be Inspired’ section, exploring the difficulties of filming, travelling, and making a documentary.
Latest post for The Busking Project:
6. Bugging – buskers or beggars? – an article about stereotypes.
The Three Wise Monkeys magazine has published a creative non-fiction Interview from my time in Jakarta, Indonesia – Monkey Business in Jakarta.
Issue 24, containing www.beingasheep.wordpress.com is now available for purchase from Blue Mesa Review
Contributing to Urban Theory Films’ online community of film makers:
1. The Truth about The Busking Project
2. Being a Cameraman
This story was inspired by a restaurant/tourist attraction in Clayton, Georgia called Goat on the Roof. You can read it online: Nashville Review Spring 2011
Release, a short story set in the fictional Welsh village of Gorwedd Gwyn, is to be published in the Fall edition of Mid-American Review. This is one of thirteen stories that I have been working on over the last few years for my debut short story collection.