2002 - 2011 by Phil Gardner. All Rights Reserved.
Between February 2007 and March 2008 I wrote thirty articles for the Brighton Argus newspaper, and another eighteen for local magazine The Kemptown Rag. You can read them all here. If you want.
Extracts from two of my novels, one written in 2004, the other in 2010, which demonstrate just how little progress I've made in six years. I can write thousands of words in a week, but I still struggle to type 'The End'.
Back in 2002 and 2003, I wrote three stage plays in the space of twelve months, with varying degrees of success. 'Ledgers' has been performed many times, while the others... um... haven't.
These are 100-word stories written between 2003 and 2007. Bizarrely for such brief efforts, they're probably my most successful work, featuring on high school, college and university syllabuses across the USA and in Europe.
The plural is misleading because I've only written one. It's the movie version of my play 'Internet Cafe', written in 2003 after interest from a film production company. Interest which eventually led nowhere.
Only two, but one of them's the length of three or four.
A couple of old short film scripts, written for American film companies, and dating back to 2002.
Various stuff, including short stories, the odd script, competition entries, and some old junk from my teens. I've included a few bits from my Poddington Peas days, and even a selection of choice excerpts from my old VIth Form Magazine. No, really.