3:AM Magazine: ‘it started with a prick’ [Interview] (with Mazin Saleem)

Berfrois: ‘Translation: Berfrois Interviews Charlotte Mandell’ [As Interviewer]

City Metric: ‘Nearly ten years ago, I spent three days walking the Manchester Ship Canal. Here’s what I learnt’ [Essay]

Dostoyevsky Wannabe: ‘Addiction Picaresque’ in Queen Mob’s Teahouse: Teh Book [Essay]

Medium: ‘The Bros Documentary Was Classist’ [Blog]

Medium: ‘the return of the guilty pleasure’ [Blog]

Metro: ‘Our love of anti-heroes is the reason Boris Johnson is Prime Minister’ [Opinion] (concept by Joe von Malachowski)

Metro: ‘Ricky Gervais’ new show After Life is not the depiction of male mental health that TV needs’ [Blog]

Minor Literature[s]: Destroy all Monsters by Jeff Jackson [Review] 

Open Pen: The Anatomy of Silence edited by Cyra Perry Dougherty [Review]

Open Pen: The Backstreets of Purgatory by Helen Taylor [Review]

Queen Mob’s Teahouse: ‘Isn’t It Satire, Don’t’cha Think?’ [Satire] (with Alanis Nadine Morissette)

Queen Mob’s Teahouse: ‘This Is Not My Writing Desk’ [Blog]

RIC Journal: ‘Dogs’ [Fiction]

Sabotage Reviews: The Secret Box by Daina Tabūna [Review]

Selcouth Station Press: My Father, From A Distance [Non-Fiction Chapbook, illustrated by Kofi Boamah]

Silk + Smoke: ‘City Fox’ [Fiction]

The Poetry Question: ‘#TPQ5: Scott Manley Hadley’ [Interview]



Berfrois: Scenes From A Childhood by Jon Fosse [Review]

Berfrois: ‘My Father, From A Distance’ [Essay]

Daedalus Magazine: ‘[stream]’ (raw) [Automatic Writing]

Huffington Post: ‘Don’t Mock Mental Illness’ [Blog]

Huffington Post: ‘Going Bald Shouldn’t Be Something I Need To Be Ashamed Of’ [VLOG]

Huffington Post: ‘How Discovering Poetry Helped Me Recover From Depression’ [Blog]

Huffington Post: ‘This Summer I Accidentally Took A Holiday From The Internet’ [Blog]

Huffington Post: ‘Why We Need More Non-Sexualised Nudity’ [Blog]

Milk + Beans: ‘Sobriety As Taboo’ [Automatic Writing]

Medium: ‘An Emotional Support Peacock Is Not Funny’ [Blog]

Medium: ‘Scott Manley Hadley Does Sports Writing’ [Sports Writing]

Metro: ‘I lied when friends asked me how I was. Their persistence stopped me from killing myself’ [Blog]

Metro: ‘My Label and Me: Bald’ [Blog]

Minor Literature[s]: ‘Best Books to Pretend to Have Read in 2018’ [Humour] (with MANY others)

Minor Literature[s]: Burning Cities by Kai Aareleid (trans. Adam Cullen) [Review]

Minor Literature[s]: ‘The Sauna Series – Scott Manley Hadley’ [Interview] (with Fernando Sdrigotti)

Minor Literature[s]: You Should Come With Me Now by M. John Harrison [Review]

Open Pen: Amsterdam Exposed by David Wienir [Review]

Open Pen: Bad Boy Poet by Scott Manley Hadley [Review/Afterword]

Open Pen: ‘Christmas Gift 2018’ [Fiction]

Open Pen: The Glass Door by R M Clarke [Review]

Open Pen: How The Light Gets In by Clare Fisher [Review]

Open Pen: Our Dreams Might Align by Dana Diehl [Review]

Open Pen: River by Esther Kinsky [Review]

Queen Mob’s Teahouse: ‘12.5 Point Review: Shitstorm by Fernando Sdrigotti’ [Review]

Queen Mob’s Teahouse: ‘New Super Mario Bros’ [Blog]

Queen Mob’s Teahouse: ‘On Cocaine’ [Fiction]

Queen Mob’s Teahouse: ‘Poo and As (Like Q and As) #2’ [Interview] (with others)

Queen Mob’s Teahouse: ‘Queen Mob’s Review of 2018’ [Blog] (with many others)

Queen Mob’s Teahouse: ‘Robert the Dog’ [Fiction]

Queen Mob’s Teahouse: ‘Vlad Interviews Scott Manley Hadley’ [Interview] (with Vlad Savich)

Queen Mob’s Teahouse: ‘What is Satire?’ [Satire]

Queen Mob’s Teahouse: ‘Which Fictional Politician I Just Made Up Are You?’ [Satire]

RIC Journal: ‘Hiz n Herz’ [Fiction, Extract]

RIC Journal: ‘Liquid’ [Fiction]

Sabotage Reviews: Brief Instructions by Paul Luikart [Review]

The Selkie: ‘[stream]’ (edited version) [Automatic Writing]

The Selkie: ‘Declan’ [Fiction]

X-R-A-Y Literary Magazine: ‘Dogs and the Smell of Gin’ [Essay]



Berfrois: To The Back of Beyond by Peter Stamm [Review]

BS Johnson Society Journal: ‘Fuck All This Lying: The Effectiveness of B.S. Johnson’s Formal Experimentation in the Creation of A Readable Truth‘ in 3 [Peer-Reviewed Academic Essay]

Huffington Post: ‘A Male Response To #MeToo (Probably A Few Days Late)’ [Blog]

Huffington Post: ‘How Are Urinals Still A Thing?’ [Blog]

Huffington Post: ‘How It Feels To Stop Being Suicidal’ [Blog]

Huffington Post: ‘How Social Media Helped Me Fight Depression’ [Blog]

Huffington Post: ‘Men: Don’t Rape Women’ [Blog]

Huffington Post: ‘Super Mario Run: The Perfect Metaphor For Millennial Life’ [Blog]

Huffington Post: ‘Why I, Unhappily Bald, Embraced The Selfie’ [Blog]

Medium: ‘How Are Ties Still A Thing?’ [Satire]

Open Pen: ‘Father Christmas and the Doctor-Dealer’ [Fiction]

Open Pen: Happy Ending NOT Guaranteed by Liam Hogan [Review]

Open Pen: Nasty Women by 404 Ink [Review]

Open Pen: Moving Kings by Joshua Cohen [Review]

Open Pen: Sealed by Naomi Booth [Review]

Open Pen: Signal Failure by Tom Jeffreys [Review]

Queen Mob’s Teahouse: ‘Herod Antipas’ [Fiction]

Queen Mob’s Teahouse: ‘Mooch Big Man Now Mooch Honk Lines To Match’ [Automatic Writing]

Queen Mob’s Teahouse: ‘Party’ [Fiction]

Queen Mob’s Teahouse: ‘Poo and As (Like Q and As) #1’ [Interview] (with others)

Queen Mob’s Teahouse: ‘Review of 2017’ [comment] (with others) 

Queen Mob’s Teahouse: ‘Simulating Cunnilingus On A Fried Egg Sandwich’ [Fiction]

Sabotage Reviews: Dreaming in Starlight by Philip Elliott



Huffington Post: ‘Bald And Under Thirty: A Living Nightmare’ [Blog]

Huffington Post: ‘Bald And Under Thirty: Are You Gay Or Racist, Mate?’ [Blog]

Huffington Post: ‘Bald And Under Thirty: Hiding The Truth And Hiding From The Truth’ [Blog]

Huffington Post: ‘Bald Men: Another Victim of the Patriarchy’ [Satire]

Huffington Post: ‘Bald Men and Hairy Bodies’ [Blog]

Huffington Post: ‘Why Don’t We Talk About Our Erections? [Blog]

Huffington Post: ‘Why Feminism Is Good For Us Blokes’ [Blog]

Huffington Post: ‘Witnessing Street Harassment As A Straight Male’ [Blog]

Open Pen: ‘Cuban Prostitutes’ [Fiction]

Open Pen: The Arrival of Missives by Aliya Whiteley [Review]

Open Pen: Forbidden Line by Paul Stanbridge [Review]

Open Pen: Love Notes To Men Who Don’t Read by North Morgan [Review]

Open Pen: Quiet Flows The Una by Faruk Šehić [Review]

Open Pen: The Shapes of Dogs’ Eyes by Harry Gallon [Review]

Open Pen: The Tragedy of Fidel Castro by João Cerqueira [Review]






Goldfish: ‘From The Body And The Baptist‘ [Fiction]*

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra: B.S. [Automatic Writing]**



Open Pen: ‘A Christmas Tree Like Any Other’ [Blog]

Open Pen: ‘WANK’ [Fiction]


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** Archival copy on as no longer hosted on official website.

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