My first work—a trilogy published with Beaten Track in January this year—made me a top 20 science fiction author for the LGBT category. My first ever submission to a writing competition, the annual QueerSciFi.com flash fiction contest, is included with the anthology of 120 finalists out of 255 entries for 2019. I’m going places, I’m very glad you’re here, and I’m ambitious but I can’t do this without you so please do get my news so you know what I’m releasing next, and who it’s with.
Read my short story ‘Elvira’ in the sixth annual flash fiction contest anthology for QueerSciFi.com, ‘Migration’. Submissions had to have LGBT elements, believable characters, and fit within a word limit of a mere 300 words. It’s the first time I’ve entered, so I’m delighted to have my work included in the panel’s top 120 selected. Released July, 2019.
Praise for Trevor Barton
“Mr. Barton’s writing [is] crisp, well-crafted, and to the point. It’s not florid and it doesn’t go into a lot of needless detail. Yeah, it’s a tad geeky… [T]hat’s part of what makes [it] so enjoyable.” – OJHeSay.com (USA)
“…be in awe of the brilliance that is Trevor Barton, who is quickly making it to the top of my favorites list.” – W.C. Bitner, Jr. (a Netgalley reviewer, USA)
“Impressed…Straightforward [and] practically perfect.” – Publisher (ret.)
Read my first book
Brobots: The Complete Source Code (Beaten Track, 2019)
Trevor studied English and Creative Writing at Bath, England and wrote his MA dissertation on cyborgs. He’s managed big websites—W3C discussions level big—and headed up a mainstream tech magazine title, but he’s new writing novels.
His debut, Brobots: The Complete Source Code , is published with Beaten Track. It’s a category best seller in science fiction for LGBT. The work has featured in Geek Syndicate, QueerSciFi.com, Gay Star News and elsewhere. A Netgalley professional gave it five stars.
A member of the SOA, he lives in Europe. An ISFDB entry exists. Read the full-length biography >
Any reviews on this website are given by individuals not known to the author. In some cases reviews required the sending of a free copy.