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December 23, 2015

If you’re into independent South African horror, fantasy or weird fiction, you’ve probably come across Nerine Dorman’s excellent work as both an author and editor. She runs the Bloody Parchment short story contest in conjunction with the South African Horrorfest, and h...

December 23, 2015

Londoners will recognise and love this ode to human experience, while others get a glimpse behind the scenes, beyond the marketed double-decker Big Ben dream, to the diverse perspectives, priorities and perceptions it expresses. Jaq Hazell expertly captures a range of...

December 6, 2015

India’s vibrant publishing industry has discovered some fantastic writers, and occasionally some of those success stories become one of the country’s most brilliant exports. Fresh off the gravy train of success from her debut novel, Overwinter, which was longlisted for...

November 27, 2015

 Beautifully translated by Karen Emmerich, Something Will Happen, You’ll See is a modern Greek tragedy. Telling the stories of ordinary people whose lives have been destroyed by Greece’s economic crisis, it echoes the classical tragedies in form, while using completely...

November 26, 2015

Winner of the Pushcart Prize 2015, Best American Short Stories 2015 and Amazon Book of the Month October 2015, Thirteen Ways of Looking is one of those books that makes you gasp for breath afterwards. Taking the form of a novella and three short stories, which were wri...

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