Greenfingered Growths with Murdoch Brimley
This alien invasion / gardening column can be found in the (web) pages of Bear Creek Gazette – a fictional paper for a very strange town. James was lucky enough to have a piece chosen for issue two and even luckier to be allowed to develop it into a series for subsequent issues. March 2021 – Ongoing.
Parts one and two are here: https://www.welcometobearcreek.com/greenfingered-growths
Part three is here: https://www.welcometobearcreek.com/greenfingered-growths-3
CAST IRON THEATRE’S EASTER EGGS
Jim wrote a short play, “Divinity or Chocolate” for this Easter Eggstravaganza. “A basket of Easter-themed short plays are ready to be performed but the actors read their scripts for the first time live on stage! It’s a celebration of new writing, comedy, and cold reading!” April 2018.
CAST IRON THEATRE’S CHRISTMAS SELECTION BOX
Jim wrote a short play “The Queen’s Christmas Messy Age” for this seasonal event where submissions were gift-wrapped and unopened until it’s time to perform. December 2016
“THE BOX” – HALLOWEEN DUKEANORY 2016
A short horror story on the theme of “The Box” was accepted by Cast Iron Theatre to be read as part of their Jackanory-inspired event for Halloween, October 2016. Read more about that here.
STORY FOR TITTER STORYTELLING NIGHT
Jim read out a story at this Brighton comedy and storytelling night in February 2016. “All the President’s Hens” was specially (re) written for the night.
READING THE SOUTH
Jim took part in several Reading The South writing groups in late 2015. You can read about his experience in this blog written for the Your County website: My Afternoon at a Reading The South Workshop
A short piece Jim wrote as part of a writing group was published on the Reading The South website, December 2015:“Off Season”
A short ghost story in two parts was accepted by Cast Iron Theatre to be read by actors as part of their Jackanory-inspired event for Halloween, October 2015.
Jim read a short story as part of this short-lived Brighton-based story-telling night which was run by Rufus Hound and Ed Moore and best described by hyphenated words.