Monday, 4 October 2010

Writer Showcase - Paul D. Brazill

Paul D. Brazill was born in England and lives in Poland.

He started writing short stories at the end of 2008 and his stories have appeared in a number of online and print magazines, including A Twist of Noir, Beat to a Pulp, Dark Valentine Magazine, Crimefactory, Needle MagazinePulp Metal Magazine, and Thrillers, Killers, 'n' Chillers, as well as appearing in anthologies such as Caught by Darkness, Flash! and Radgepacket: Tales from the Inner Cities vol.4

Paul's story The Tut was nominated for a 2010 Spinetingler Award and 'Guns of Brixton will appear in 'The Mammoth Book of Best British Crime Fiction 2011', edited by Maxim Jakuboswki.

Paul's indispensible blog is You Would Say That, Wouldn't You?

A Selection of Paul's story's - Online


  1. On a personal note, I just want to thank Paul for all his tremendous encouragement and help since I dropped into this writing lark a little while back. Cheers, mate.

  2. On another note, anyone else who fancies having a little author showcase thing, just let me know. I'll need a third person bio, up to ten links to interviews/stories/books/articles/blogs, etc. and if there is a specific date you want the showcase to appear.

    I've got a few more already set up, but the more the merrier, eh :) I'll be creating a sort of writers showcase archive and keep all the entries in there for future reference on the site. Just send me the stuff at


  3. An admirable showcase for a great writer who has done a huge amount for noir writing. Thanks Paul.

  4. paul's a real champion for us all.
    nice to have this collected together.
    i'd be happy to go forth with your season if you wanted me. let me know.


  5. Blimey, Nigel. No question, mate. Just get the stuff to me, and I'll sort it out. Thanks, mate.

  6. Terrific stories -- always a pleasure to read Mr. Brazill.

  7. Paul's a top bloke and one of the first to actually talk to me online after I started submitting stories the other year. He's a gent.

  8. Nice job, Ian. I'm a Paul Brazill fan ~ his tales are always a treat :-)

  9. Great stuff - cheers, Paul! And a cracking idea, Ian - nice work!