Michael Logan - Freelance Journalist Mozzie net

    Michael Logan is an award-winning Scottish novelist and journalist, currently based in Nairobi, Kenya.

    His first novel Apocalypse Cow - a blackly comic tale of zombie animals overrunning the UK - was joint winner of the Terry Pratchett Anywhere But Here, Anywhen But Now prize for debut novelists. You can read the blurb on the fiction page of this website or read the first three chapters here.

    His second novel, Wannabes is now available as an ebook. Details on the fiction page of this website. The Apocalypse Cow sequel, Apocalypse Cow: World War Moo, will be released by St. Martin's Press on 9 June, 2015.

    Michael has also published short fiction in literary journals and newspapers, including The Telegraph, Chapman, Underground Voices and Cutting Teeth. His flash fiction piece, We Will Go On Ahead And Wait For You, won Fish Publishing's 2008 One-Page fiction competition.

    For book news, you can follow Michael on twitter (@MichaelLogan), on Facebook, on Goodreads, sign up to the mailing list from the main menu or follow the blog link to the left.



    Michael was a correspondent for the English newsroom of the German Press Agency dpa, based in Nairobi and covering East, West and Central Africa for four years. Michael also spent three years as dpa's correspondent in Hungary. He freelanced for several years prior to that - in both Hungary and Bosnia - for a variety of publications.

    Michael's articles have appeared worldwide in publications such as the CS Monitor, Business New Europe and The Sunday Herald, as well as being syndicated to CBS and ABC.

    He has reported on a wide range of events of global interest, from World Economic Forum meetings in Davos to the 2010 South Africa World Cup, and has covered visits from top world leaders such as George W. Bush, Tony Blair and Vladimir Putin.