Born Liverpool in 1953, Barry Morris was in the Royal Marines for 14 years serving in Northern Ireland and the Falklands as well was in Vietnam with the UN. He left the forces in the mid 1980s and returned to a Liverpool devastated by Thatcherism. In 1988 he began retraining as a social worker at Sunderland going into practice with Sefton Social Services in 1990. While in Vietnam Morris kept a journal from which he developed Ghost Voices published by the Kates Hill Press in 2003. A collection of his short stories The Book Cellar was published in 2007. He is currently working on a novel, Tiger Moth and a second collection of short stories.
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