Ian Richardson is a London based writer who resumed writing in 2012 after a near death incident. There were no bright lights or tunnels involved, but he did, after recovering, become briefly obsessed with dancing around his living room to Melina Mercouri singing 'Ta pedia tou Pirea'. As one would.
He has been published in the literary magazine Bartleby Snopes, has an older YA short story in the anthology, Hex Support, and has received professional rehearsed readings in literary festivals and events. Two of his traditional British Pantos have been performed in Community Theatre runs.
Originally a Paisley Buddy, he has lived most of his adult life in New Cross in South East London.
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