Kevin Cheeseman lives with his wife in Haddenham, Buckinghamshire, UK. He has a PhD in biochemistry and has recently retired after a career in clinical research. Kevin is now exploring other ways to spend his time, including writing flash fiction (500 words or less) and short stories such as those you can read here.
The Cheesewring is a large granite tor situated on Bodmin Moor in Cornwall, UK, near the village of Minions. It is a striking rock outcrop of granite slabs formed by weathering and named for its resemblance to the press once used in the making of cheese. The name of the blog alludes to Kevin’s surname, but also to the fact that writing also often seems to consist of an arduous process of squeezing and moulding. (Unfortunately my stories don’t mature and improve just by storing them in a cool place for a few months, so the metaphor ends there).