Category Archives: Contemporary

A Foreign Education by Craig Alan Williamson

In his debut novel, Craig Alan Williamson has ticked all the right boxes for college comedy, but I didn’t find American Pie funny and I’m unlikely to start finding it funny now. Continue reading

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How to Disappear Completely by David Bowick

My rating: This free ebook novella has been on my to-read list for a while, and I finally got around to it a couple days ago. It’s fresh and witty and very entertaining; perfect for a quick read! Plot summary: … Continue reading

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Ablutions by Patrick Dewitt

“Ablutions” is worth reading for the language alone. This is deWitt’s debut novel, and promises great things: he knows how to write well, and can add freshness even to a concept as tired as addiction. Continue reading

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eddie wright: broken bulbs

A review of “Broken Bulbs”, an experimental novella following the twisted path of addiction, inspiration, creativity, and the search for meaning. Continue reading

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