Tim Cooke

Tim 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 His unpublished novel 'The Zero-Sum Game' was the source for Penny Woolcock’s 2004 film The Principles of Lust.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

Bracket: A New Generation in Fiction

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acclaimed series of short story anthologies, Bracket brings together 20 of the country’s most promising, previously unpublished writers.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 1: Comma Modern Shorts

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.

Manchester Stories 7: Gothic Tales

The theme for this special edition is ‘gothic’ and modern, urban responses to what gothic means, or can mean, in modern Britain.