Tag: Clare Fisher

BOOK REVIEW: How The Light Gets In by Clare Fisher

Every time I start a review about a short story collection, I say the same thing. I say how they are a thing of beauty – a snapshot of life, held between one or three pages, maybe fourteen or fifteen – and that truly great short story collections transport you everywhere and anywhere, from one

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INTERVIEW: Clare Fisher

Clare Fisher Clare Fisher was born in Tooting, south London in 1987. After accidentally getting obsessed with writing fiction when she should have been studying for a BA in History at the University of Oxford, Clare completed an MA in Creative and Life Writing at Goldsmiths College, University of London. An avid observer of the diverse

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BOOK REVIEW: All The Good Things by Clare Fisher

‘All the Good Things’ is the debut novel from Clare Fisher and what a debut it is; from the opening paragraph to the closing sentence. ‘All the Good Things’ is reminiscent of a rollercoaster ride that I never wanted to end and observing the aftermath of a car crash that I couldn’t turn away from.

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