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"Elvis's No.1 fan"
(second from right on front row) in his final year at Rochdale Grammar School.

Trevor Hoyle school photo
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You can read excerpts of the linked stories:


It Never Rains

Ambit, Winter 2003

The Dying Art of Letter-Writing

BBC Radio 4 Morning Story, 11/06/91;
Pennine Magazine, May 1983

On the Embankment

Double Space, Summer 1984

Done in Oils

Pennine Magazine, October 1984

An Actor Prepares

Artful Reporter, December 1983

A Visit to a Paper Mill

New Yorkshire Writing, Spring 1978† [from the novel The Man Who Travelled on Motorways]

Mind Rape

Mayfair, August 1977

The Birthday Party

BBC Radio 4 Morning Story, 15/12/77

Conversation in a Darkened Room

Wordworks, Spring 1976

Down the Figure 7

Transatlantic Review, October 1976† (Erotica Award winner)

After Dinner

Fireweed, Autumn 1975† [from the novel Down the Figure 7]

Itís a Great Life

Montrose Review, July 1969

Foiled Again

South China Morning Post, June 1968

Return of the Skinhead

[Afterword from the novel Rule of Night]

The Tea-Cosy Man

 

My (Imaginary) Meeting with Philip K Dick

 

Curse of the Vampire

 

A Bad Case of Loverís Balls

 

Nostalgia Inc.

 

Falling Towards Zero

 

Achieve Real-Time Retaliation Within Two Sweeps of the Radar

[from the novel The Relatively†Constant Copywriter]

 

Trevor Hoyle's story The 5-Sigma Certainty appears in the anthology

LEMistry: a celebration of the work of Stanislaw Lem

Edited by Ra Page and Magda Raczynska. Published by Comma Press

Review by Andy Hedgecock in Interzone magazine:

"Mention of the relationship between Stanislaw Lem and Philip K Dick brings us to one of the fictional highlights of this collection, Trevor Hoyle's 'The 5-Sigma Certainty', a perfect marriage of style and theme that captures the acerbic playfulness and ontological terrorism of the Polish master and his American soul mate cum adversary."

Read review in Interzone magazine. (3.5Mb PDF)


Cover of LEMistry - a celebration of the work of Stanislaw Lem

Trevor Hoyle's story Monkey See, Monkey Do appears in the anthology

LITMUS: Short Stories from Modern Science

Edited by Ra Page. Published by Comma Press.

LITMUS: Short Stories from Modern Science

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