Ian Green is a writer from Northern Scotland, based in London.
His short fiction has been performed at Liars' League London, LitCrawl London, the Literary Kitchen Festival, and Josie Long's Lost Treasures of the Black Heart.
His work can be heard on The Wireless Reader literary podcast and features in the short story anthologies Broken Worlds by Almond Press, Transportation: Islands & Cities by Transportation press, Scaremongrel by The Pigeonhole, and the OpenPen Anthology by OpenPen. His stories have also featured in OpenPen, Meanjin, Minor Lits, as well as a series on Londnr.
His story Audiophile was a winner of the BBC Opening Lines competition 2014 and was broadcast on BBC Radio 4, and has since been adapted into a short film.
Ian is co-host of The Weekly Rapture pop-culture podcast hosted by The Lost Lighthouse where he also reviews books and plays games.
He is also the host of PENCAST, the sporadic audio branch of OpenPen magazine.
This site contains links to his published work, videos and photographs of live performances, and information on how to get in touch.