David Bausor

David Bausor is a south Londoner who has an MA in Creative Writing from Royal Holloway. He is working on a novel about a war crimes trial called Ghosts in the Palace. He has stories featured at Tales of the Decongested, and Bedford Square 4.

David’s story in London Lies, O Happy Day he describes as

A tale of love, marriage, and . . . sausages.

It was first read at London Liars’ League in May 2011 as part of the Pride & Prejudice evening

His story in Stations, New Cross Nocturne is set in New Cross. He describes as

A naïve student learns about memory and loss after arriving in London.

David thinks a photograph would put people off reading his work!

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