Unexpected connections: wasps and love betrayed, barometric pressure and ovulation, neon flowers and a black hole. Hall’s debut collection proves string theory, at least in literary form… Read my full review of The Physics of Imaginary Objects by Tina May Hall, here at The Short Review.
Matthew Pitt’s debut collection Attention Please Now (Autumn House Press) is reviewed (by me) in the October 2011 issue of The Short Review.
Matt Bell’s How They Were Found “Inspired, poetic, experimental collection of short fiction. Bell takes a vision of the real world and turns it inside out. Magical. Riveting.” Reviewed for The Short Review (November 2010)
A few updates: Firstly the Bugged creative eavesdropping project (that I talked about here) launch their book next week. For more info on launch events in Manchester and Birmingham with readings, check out the Bugged website here. Looks terrific! More opportunities for UK short story writers, the excellent Bristol Short Story Prize team announced 2011 competition. Entries by post or online. Prize money has been increased with next year’s winner receiving £1000 and £150 voucher to spend in Waterstones. Details here. Finally, the October […]
Categories: Reviews, Short Fiction, What I'm reading • Tags: AM Hurley, Bristol Short Story Prize 2011, bugged creative eavesdropping 2010, Lydia Davis, tania hershman, The Collected Stories of Lydia Davis, the short review
My review of Clifford Garstang‘s debut collection of short stories, In An Uncharted Country is now in the The Short Review. Left: Along the Cliff Top. Chromographic print by Diane Becker.