A Cure for Lexicomania by Oscar Windsor-Smith

Art Credit - PP&P

Art Credit – PP&P

Oscar Windsor-Smith was born on the Wirral, UK (that’s the sticky-out bit below Liverpool) but now infests rural Hertfordshire, supported by one patient wife and tolerated by several cats. He has fiction, creative non-fiction, and non-fiction published in diverse places, in print and online, and has occasionally been accused of poetry. He was a finalist in the New York City Midnight Short Story Challenge 2012 and shortlisted for the University of Plymouth’s Short Fiction competition 2013.
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Oscar’s LinkedIn profile: uk.linkedin.com/in/oscarwindsorsmith/
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A few links to a selection of Oscar’s online published work:
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Author Oscar Windsor Smith

Author Oscar Windsor-Smith

St Paul's Cathedral and Millenium Bridge, London

St Paul’s Cathedral and Millenium Bridge, London

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