Welcome to the website of writer, poet and editor DJ Tyrer.

Follow the above links to blog posts for latest news, pages detailing publication credits, details of stories featuring recurring characters, my other blogs, and to related sites for further information.

Although links are only supplied to Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk, you should be able to purchase books available through Amazon from any of its national sites.

Although the site has rapidly expanded, it is still in the early stages of construction, there is still a lot that remains to be added, and feedback would be appreciated, especially if you encounter any difficulties or problems. Thank you.


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Who Is DJ Tyrer?

DJ Tyrer is a writer, poet and the person behind Atlantean Publishing, as well as having been the nonfiction editor for Redsine in 2000/01 and co-editor of the two-part King in Yellow special of Cyaegha in 2014/15.

Publication credits include a variety of anthologies, small press magazines, gaming magazines, chapbooks, two novellas and more.

DJ Tyrer has worked in education, administration, retail, management and public relations and currently resides in Southend-on-Sea, Essex, England, UK.


... DJ Tyrer at atlanteanpublishing@hotmail.com or via my Facebook page.

I am always happy to be informed of anthologies, magazines and websites that are open to submissions and to be invited to contribute to invitation-only anthologies. If you would like to hire me for a writing job (as opposed to making me aware of an opportunity to submit), please be aware that I will expect to be paid a rate at the professional end of the spectrum (ask about lower rates if your project is for charity or otherwise not for profit).

I am always interested to hear about co-editing and editing opportunities for anthologies/magazines.

I have little free time to critique work and there would be a charge to do so.


Feedback about the site is welcome. Although my main aim at the moment is to get all my past writing credits on here, I am always interested in ways in which the site can be made more user-friendly. In addition, I'm interested in whether anyone would find a list of appearances by magazine/publisher, a master list of stories or thematic listings of stories useful, or whether I should post some poetry or fiction on here.

In addition, if you discover my poetry or fiction anywhere that hasn't been listed on the site, please let me know (and, as there are certain anthologies and magazines I've yet to see a copy of, please do let me know if my work is missing from any that is supposed to contain it).

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