Anthony’s main interests are in the arts although his occupation was science based – neither conflicts with his faith. He has edited a Presbyterian youth magazine and later a Baptist Church Magazine, Outlook, to which he also contributed monthly Schultz-style strip cartoons. He sees himself as an essayist, dipping his pen in a subject and letting it flow where it will. His writing is a mix of poetry, prose and off-the-wall short stories based on gospel accounts. He has also written plays and Namestone, a mystic time-shift thriller.
Now retired, he lives in Scotland with his wife Audrey and enjoys hill-walking.