Ian Inglis was born in Stoke-on-Trent and now lives in Newcastle upon Tyne. As Reader in Sociology and Visiting Fellow at Northumbria University, he has written several books and many articles around topics within popular culture. He is also a writer of fiction, and his short stories have appeared in numerous anthologies and literary magazines in the UK and US, including Prole, Popshot, Litro, Sentinel Literary Quarterly, Riptide, The Frogmore Papers, and Bandit Fiction. His debut collection of short stories "The Day Chuck Berry Died" was published by Bridge House in Autumn 2022.
Over the next three years, they became a couple. Not romantically, but as close and valued companions who shared their hopes and ambitions, their fears and regrets, their successes and disappointments.
- Length: 6 pages
- Age Rating: PG
- Genre: Humor