Ian Green, who has been on our radar for a while now, is a writer from Northern Scotland finding his short fiction in hot demand. His fiction can be found on podcasts such as The Wireless Reader, at live literary events like Liars’ League, and in a host of literary magazines and even two short story collections, such as international short story collection ‘Transportation‘. Last year, his story Audiophile was a winner of the BBC Opening Lines broadcast on BBC Radio 4. But Ian’s first print publication came two years ago in Open Pen Issue Nine.
We caught up with Ian in Victoria Park, East London, to discuss why it’s important to writers to be published, and why magazines like Open Pen play a vital role in that.
With an unadulterated thanks to Adam Luria.