With such a busy January behind us, we thought it best to pull together all our goings on in one place for you to access: Book Reviews, Interviews, Film Reviews and Short Stories.
– BOOK REVIEWS –
Seeing Red by Lina Meruane – read review here.
The Fandom by Anna Day – read review here.
Strange Weather by Joe Hill – read review here.
Peach by Emma Glass – read review here.
The Lucky Ones by Julianne Pachico – read review here.
How Saints Die by Carmen Marcus – read review here.
Folk by Zoe Gilbert – read review here.
The Relive Box and Other Stories by T.C. Boyle – read review here.
Hollow Shores by Gary Budden – read review here.
Hotel Scarface by Roben Farzad – read review here.
Otherworld by Jason Segel & Kirsten Miller- read review here.
The Last Dog on Earth by Adrian J Walker – read review here.
The Extinction Trials by S.M. Wilson – read review here.
– Interviews –
In January we were very fortunate to interview the fabulous Donald Ray Pollock; if you missed our interview now is the chance to get a glimpse into his new book ‘The Heavenly Table’ and also discover more about this fabulous author!
Click here to read our exclusive interview with Donald Ray Pollock.
– Film Reviews –
Bright – read our review here.
Ferdinand – read our review here.
Gun Shy – read our review here.
Molly’s Game – read our review here.
A Woman’s Life – read our review here.
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri – read our review here.
– Short Stories –
Alone in Hell’s Kitchen by Norbert Kovacs – click here to read.
At Goodge Street by Frances Gow – click here to read.
At The Talbot by Patrick Fitzgerald – click here to read.
Beautiful Delusions by Bobby Williams – click here to read.
Belisama by Steve White – click here to read.
First Night by Kevin Fitton – click here to read.
Fish by S.D.Jones – click here to read.
Kafka in Paradise by Tushar Jain – click here to read.
Killing by Candlelight by Dan Patton – click here to read.
A Man Called Father Death by Mason Chennells – click here to read.
Means of Escape by Sara Shalom Scharrer – click here to read.
On The Farm a Long Time Ago by Wylie McLallen – click here to read
Poetry – The Poltergeist by Manny Blacksher – click here to read.
Pretty Girl by David Sergeant – click here to read.
Judgements by Ross Jeffery (guest post from Idle Ink) – click here to read
Rain Girl by B.A. Varghese – click here to read.
Twenty-four short stories, exclusive afterwords, interviews, artwork, and more.
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