Gwil James Thomas is a novelist, inept musician and spoken word poet originally from the city of Bristol, England, but currently resides in Northern Spain. His work can be found widely in print and sometimes online. His most recent poetry chapbook Hidden Icons & Secret Menus is available from Analog Submission Press. He generally dislikes writing about himself in the third person, but seems to spend a considerable amount of time doing so.



Deplorable roommates, the false hope of alcohol, falling in love with prostitutes, the dichotomy of days of glorious creation, alongside the realities of starvation and straight up bad fucking luck.