Tim CookeTim Cooke has been a lecturer, an internet 'imagineer', a magazine editor and a composer of music for television, and film. His unpublished novel 'The Zero-Sum Game' was the source for Penny Woolcock’s 2004 film The Principles of Lust.
Anthologies featuring Tim Cooke
The latest in Comma’s acclaimed series of short story anthologies, Bracket brings together 20 of the country’s most promising, previously unpublished writers.
Ellipsis is a new set of books celebrating the 'short story sequence' - that interlocking daisy-chain of narrative produced when stories knit together to form a continuum of character or theme.
The theme for this special edition is ‘gothic’ and modern, urban responses to what gothic means, or can mean, in modern Britain.