Pete lives in a leafy suburb in Central Sweden. He spends his days in blue jeans looking after children, writing short stories and working on his first novel. In spare time he reads lots of contemporary fiction and plays a little Bach on the guitar.
His story came second in the Sydney Hammond Memorial SS Competition. He has been a finalist for LISP, and twice for New Millenium, and won a micro competition for Globe Soup.
He loves to hike through Swedish skog, but tries not to bump into moose. Again.
Published and Commended Work
All the world's forests are different: Scottish pine on a frosty morning; English oak dappling the sunlight; giant Canadian firs shouldering their blanket of snow. Swedish skog is beautiful, each living tree stretching tall for its share of light, those fallen now rotting, returning their nutrients back to the common land. Everywhere is blanketed with green moss, painted onto every rock by trolls in the night. Birdsong fills the air. Tiny creatures rustle under ground cover, burying themselves in the hoofprints of bigger beasts. With each breath you smell the land of Midgård, protected by the gods.
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