From an early age, Glenn devoured the stories within the Pan Books of Horror and immersed himself in Roald Dahl’s, Tales of the Unexpected with many of the themes and images staying with him. Being a fan of horror, he continued to feed his imagination through the works of Christopher Fowler, Clive Barker and Stephen King while always dreaming that he would write his own collection of horror stories.
Born in Ipswich, Glenn spent a few months during his formative years living in one of the run down terraced houses in Blanche Street.
It was this place he would revisit when he enrolled in a creative writing class at Brighton City College and wrote the eco horror story, Food for Thought. Next he studied at Chichester University, gaining his English Literature (2-1) Degree and MA in Creative Writing. During this time he honed his craft and developed the other nine stories for his collection, Blanche Street: where all the neighbours are a nightmare.