Every time I start a review about a short story collection, I say the same thing. I say […]

The quality of the writing here announces itself from the start: Frances had waited…for the static to disperse […]

KNIGHT FORK by Adam Lock * ‘I’m selling my virginity,’ his daughter said, her fists clenching either side […]

Racing Crabs by Harriet Reilly * I’d been racing crabs for about forty-five minutes when I suddenly realised, […]

Tipping Point by Elaine Dillon * A strand of hair stretches out across the tiles. A toe has […]

Writer’s Block by PJ Stephenson * “What should I do to get noticed?” “That low-cut top you’re wearing’s […]

The Religion of Biscuits by Anna Tizard * They say that the first bite is when you know. […]

Shining by Eric Machan Howd * The man who creeps behind my tongue is an angry man; he […]

MILBURN’S LAST CLASS by John Bowie * Ms Milburn’s classes left me disheartened, humiliated and without words…spoken anyway. […]

KIRIANNA by Veronica Bright * ‘It’s worrying. Kirianna is a problem we don’t need.’ The headteacher gazes out […]