Author: Michael Noonan

Michael Noonan lives in Halifax (home of the Piece Hall), West Yorkshire, has a background in food production, retail and office work. Has had stories published in the anthology volumes, ‘Even More Tonto Stories’; and ‘Shades of Sentience’. A fairy-tale he penned, entitled, The Guardian of the Wood, has been published in the Fantasy Arts and Studies journal in France, and a story he wrote, called, The Personality Cult, has been published by Terror House Magazine, based in Budapest, Hungary. Has had a short story, The Labyrinth, printed in the anthology volume, Colp: Underground, in Australia, and his tale, All the Time in the World has been published in Fission #2 Volume 1: Stories from the British Science Fiction Association. Has had an article on the Titanic published in a literary anthology called Watermarks, in aid of the Calder Valley Flood Relief Charity, and an article he wrote – using the pseudonym, Albert Hall - about J.G. Ballard has been published on the cultural literary website; He won second prize in the Pen Nib International Writing Competition 2021 for an essay, Who Guards the Guardians (about the unacknowledged power of the press and the media). Has had a book of stories published, entitled; Seven Tall Tales, that is available on Amazon, as a book or a kindle. His comic one act play, entitled, Elvis and the Psychiatrist, has been shown at the Sundance ten minute comedy festival at the Sixth Theatre in Racine Wisconsin. Another one act drama, A Restive Audience, has been published in Hello Godot! An Anthology of One Act Plays Volume 2 by Fresh Words publishing company in America; and another play, The Conference Speech, has been published in another anthology by the same company. He also enjoys painting, drawing and photography.