Walter Turner – a dentist from Mississippi, has shot a lion. Not just any lion. He’s shot Cyril, […]

Short story anthologies are [for me at least] a treat. Something to dip in and out of, to […]

Right, straight off the bat – this collection is insanely fucking good! Now I have got that off […]

Gaia Holmes’ third collection with Manchester’s ever-reliable Comma Press is a bittersweet gem. Writing mostly in a kind […]

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

Hidden amongst the words and paragraphs of Three Dreams In the Key Of G is a secret code […]

As A God Might Be is an excellent 300 page novel. Unfortunately it’s 650 pages long. What’s the […]

Well now, here’s a curio. Billed as a ‘perverse novel in verse’, Did you put the Weasels Out? […]

‘Ah life, death, buried, misplaced: all a jumble, to me.’ At first glance, The Life of Almost might […]

Comma Press has done it again. I recently reviewed The Book of Tbilisi, a collection of short tales […]