Nick Boreham’s poems, short stories and non-fiction have appeared in
a range of magazines including Equinox, White Chimney, freeze frame fiction,
Dream Catcher, The Cannon’s Mouth, Psychological Reports, letters from the city,
The British Medical Journal, Poetry Scotland, Medical Education, Le Travail humain
and anthologies such as Spilling Ink (Unbound Press), A Thousand Cranes (Cargo)
and the Aesthetica Creative Works Annuals for 2009, 2011 and 2013.
He has been longlisted for the National Poetry Prize, edited a book
on knowledge for Routledge and co-edited the literary magazine
From Glasgow to Saturn. Currently he is working on a series of five novels,
the first of which he is keeping on ice and the second, Whatever Justice Means,
is awaiting publication.