Mr Mo Fanning

 
Deals in 'rom' with 'com' and desperate situations stuffed with everyday disasters.

Standup comic and writer, Mo has taught English to entitled French kids, sold his soul (and very little else) in a telesales sweatshop, fried scampi for Little Chef and flatly denies being in his fifties.

Born in the Midlands, and living in Brighton via Amsterdam, occasional broadsheet writer, Mo Fanning’s first book - The Armchair Bride - was shortlisted for the Arts Council Book of the Year in 2012. In 2021, he published his second full-length novel, ‘Rebuilding Alexandra Small

Mo has previously published two collections of short stories - This is (not) America and the festive-themed Five Gold Rings.

His work featured in the BBC America anthology ebook '100 stories for Haiti' and associated paperback.

 

Standup comic and writer, Mo has taught English to entitled French kids, sold his soul (and very little else) in a telesales sweatshop, fried scampi for Little Chef and flatly denies being in his fifties.

Born in the Midlands, and living in Brighton via Amsterdam, occasional broadsheet writer, Mo Fanning’s first book - The Armchair Bride - was shortlisted for the Arts Council Book of the Year in 2012. In 2021, he published his second full-length novel, ‘Rebuilding Alexandra Small

Mo has previously published two collections of short stories - This is (not) America and the festive-themed Five Gold Rings.

His work featured in the BBC America anthology ebook '100 stories for Haiti' and associated paperback.

Romantic comedy, satire, humour, commercial fiction

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