I have had four short stories published to date, with a fifth appearing later this year.
'1961' appears in 'Transactions of Desire and 'Best British Short Stories 2016'.
'Brompton Cemetery, 2012' appears in 'Dark Habits'.
'My 1980s' appears in Ellipsis: https://www.ellipsiszine.com/my-1980s-by-greg-thorpe/
'Three Sailors' appears in 'Foglifter; (Vol. 4/2)
I interviewed South African artist Lady Skollie during her show, ‘Weakest Link’, a solo exhibition presented at Eastside Projects Birmingham in 2019. This work appeared in The Fourdrinier online and in their special print edition,
Review of a series of drawings made between 1947–2007 by legendary 20th-century artist, Louise Bourgeois.
An interview with DJ Mix-Stress of Manchester-based events collective RebeccaNeverBecky for Manchester's Finest online magazine.
Artist Rachel Goodyear speaks to Greg Thorpe about snow-topped mountains and the imagined space beyond the surface of the page.
DR.ME is the collaborative design practice of Ryan Doyle (DR) and Mark Edwards (ME), with clients including Tate Modern, Levi’s and Sony Records. Here they speak to Greg Thorpe about their interest in collage, the realness of paper, and the almost religious experience of listening to Charlie Bones on NTS every morning.
Artist Lowri Evans likes paper so much she has danced on it and set fire to it. Greg Thorpe catches up with the international artist during a lockdown heavy with ideas.
Artist Owen Herbert originates ideas and strategies on paper before moving from sketch into sculpture and latterly, sound. Here, he speaks to Greg Thorpe about taking casts of rainfall and the lure of cheap paper.
Based on a series of real-life coincidences, I reflect on recent memories, future hopes, the bending of time, and 'queer spirit'. Written with the generous assistance of the artists AL & AL.