Michael Trimmer is a Christian and an Mphil Student. He is recently married, and based in Canterbury. He has been an avid science fiction writer since 2007. His writing has also featured in ‘No-Wave’, a magazine local to Canterbury.
His story for Stations, Platform Zero, is inspired by Haggerston Station. He describes his story as
Emily Gold is about to experience a big change from cleaning up after the commuters at Haggerston Station, but is it really Emily this is happening to?
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