Created in 2016, Damp Flesh is a literary collection of short-fiction, exploring the combined geographic and sexual consciousness of British inhabitants by way of uncanny, unapologetic and uncensored narratives.

Exploring themes such as class, race & sexuality in conjunction with the mundane, the trivial and the overlooked, Damp Flesh aims to detail the ways in which sex and sexuality manifests within the lives of everyday people across the towns and cities of the British Isles.

Just like these various towns and cities, the collections and the stories are transcient, and not immune to change over time.