Author Archives: T E Taylor

About T E Taylor

I write historical and contemporary fiction - my novels Zeus of Ithome and Revolution Day are published by Crooked Cat. I also write poetry, academic non-fiction (philosophy) and the occasional short story. I like to play the guitar and walk up hills. Originally from north Staffordshire, I live in Meltham, West Yorkshire, UK with my wife Rosa.

An Inspector Calls

Originally posted on Tim's Blog:
Here’s a little story I wrote at Holmfirth Writers on Monday.  Hope you enjoy it! ? “Are you done, then?” The Inspector – a wiry, sharp-suited man in his late 30’s – finished writing…

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Life Imitates Art

Originally posted on Tim's Blog:
Readers of this blog will know that over the past year I have been writing a novel about a woman’s relationship with her elderly father, who moves into a Care Home during the course…

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Poem on the Tube

Originally posted on Tim's Blog:
Last week we had a short holiday in London.  Rosa loves to go there to indulge her love of art, and though I feel more at home among my northern hills, I can always find something…

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It’s an ill wind …

Originally posted on Tim's Blog:
Here’s a light-hearted little piece I wrote at Holmfirth Writers a while back.  I can’t remember what the exercise was, exactly, but the idea behind the piece was that there is no event so terrible that you…

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The Launch

Originally posted on Tim's Blog:
Well, the launch of the paperback of Revolution Day on Monday went quite well in the end after a bit of a chaotic start. I’d prepared a slide show, with pictures of a bunch of historical dictators whose…

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