Chris Horkan

Portfolio site for a Manchester-based journalist and web developer

Muso magazine

Besides sub-editing, proofreading, and organising contributors for Muso, a cutting-edge classical music magazine for young people (18-30), I also write news, reviews and features for both the bi-monthly UK and quarterly US/Canadian editions. I’m a musician, but not classically trained, so hardly a day goes by when I don’t discover something new about the genre […]

GoGreaterManchester.org.uk

GoGreaterManchester.org.uk is the homepage of a coalition of Manchester residents campaigning for a ‘yes’ vote in the city’s referendum on public transport. It is ‘the voice of 9 out of 10 residents who will not pay the congestion charge’, with its members wanting more trams, trains, buses and cycle routes – and a better environment. […]

RainyCityStories.com

RainyCityStories.com launched in October 2008 as part of Manchester Literature Festival. Kate Feld, a North West-based freelance writer, received funding from Arts Council England for an innovative literature project for Greater Manchester. She asked me to build a website that would allow stories and poems by both commissioned writers and the general public to be […]

How-Do.co.uk

How-Do.co.uk launched in March 2007 to serve the media industry in the North West of England. It was conceived by Nick Jaspan, co-founder in 1992 of Newsco Publications and publisher of the short-lived North West Enquirer newspaper. The website – which offers news, opinion, features and resources – attracts tens of thousands of visits per […]

TheDailyMash.co.uk

Launched in April 2007, TheDailyMash.co.uk is a satirical website covering the worlds of politics, media, culture and sport with spoof news stories, commentary and opinion. The site is edited by ‘two of Britain’s least respected journalists’: Neil Rafferty (ex-Sunday Times and Press Association) and Paul Stokes (ex-Scotland on Sunday and The Scotsman). Since its launch, […]

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About Chris Horkan

I'm a journalist and web developer based in Manchester, England. I specialise in arts, culture, technology and the internet.

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