In Germany 1934 the last place you’d look for a fifteen-year-old Jewish girl is in a Hitler worshipping […]

The axiom ‘write what you know’ is a limiting one and fiction, I feel, should be about stepping […]

Art Blakey: Music washes away the dust of everyday life. Watery blood probes the collar of Jenny’s t-shirt […]

A fascinating novel with lots of pace and tension. Part murder mystery, part sci-fi, where you half expect […]

Composing himself at the stairhead before descent, he groaned as he thought about it, exhaling audibly. The he […]

* Topless and potbellied, Elmer glugs on a beer. He is sprawled across the butterscotch sofa. Still, he […]

We stole our first vehicle at fourteen. It was our grandfather’s ’94 Chevy pickup, and Pete and I […]

* Reggie troops down the aisle, sweeping up the remains of a wilted bouquet. He pushes petals into […]

“Six-six-six – Heritage Close. This is the place.” The post-war bungalow was guarded by an overgrown caragana hedge […]

* Reggie spots Maria’s corn cart steaming on the sidewalk. He sees buttered cobs, silk, pails, root beer, […]