Monthly Archives: February 2019

2018 in fiction

[A rather belated literary review of the year that was supposed to come out in December 2018…] 2018 was the year in which horror was officially back. In previous years, there have been gloomy predictions of its demise, even premature … Continue reading

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The Monsters are Due in Madison Square Garden book launch event, 13/03/19

My debut novella has just come out from Omnium Gatherum Books. Entitled The Monsters are Due in Madison Square Garden, it’s been described as ‘a noir narrative rich with history and atmosphere, steeped in cinema and the dark genres’ by … Continue reading

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Brexlit

On the Today programme on New Year’s Eve, Ian McEwan suggested Brexit wasn’t a suitable subject for fiction, saying “You can’t have a scene where people discuss friction-less trade over the breakfast table”. Apart from the fact that such scenes … Continue reading

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