Stephen Durkan is a writer of fiction created in Glasgow and based in Oxford.
He has been published in Structo Magazine and was recently nominated for ‘Best Poem’ at the Martin Starkie Awards. His spoken word pieces have been described as ‘an existential rollecoaster’ that cover such topics as the decline of Western civilization, the fragmentation of society, and the health benefits, or lack thereof, of full-fat milk.
He has also written articles on politics and culture for publications such as XXY Magazine and the Oxford Culture Review. His aspiration is to usurp Will Self as the talking head the BBC calls upon next time The Novel is dying or if they want a token lefty on Question Time.