Thursday, 14 July 2011
An interview with BH writer Peter Taylor
Teacher and prison lecturer Peter Taylor enjoyed western films when he was younger. So when he decided to switch from writing poetry to fiction, going way out west seemed the obvious answer. His first western was accepted and triggered a run of cowboy stories published on the Black Horse Western label.
That Sedgefield-born Taylor, 63, should write westerns is an odd thought. Even stranger is where some of the inspiration for his novels came – his teaching days in the Midlands...
Read More at Darlington & Stockton Times.