M. Y. Douglas is a writer of short-flash fiction stories, science fiction, suspense, horror, and psychological thrillers, with the odd poetry here and there.
Born in the mid-sixties in an industrial town just outside of London, he started writing at an early age getting paid five UK pounds for a “funny but that’s life” article in the now defunct News of the World tabloid in the early 1980s.
It has been several decades any of his work had been in print. But in 2018 an online magazine published his article, ‘The Colourlessness of clarity‘ which received very positive reviews.
Today M. Y Douglas spends most of his time in Singapore and the Philippines, where he continues to write short fiction stories.