Tag: Roald Dahl

BOOK REVIEW: Flight or Fright edited by Stephen King & Bev Vincent

Flight or Fright brings together 17 turbulent tales which will strike terror into those who especially have a fear of flying but will quite frankly scare the pants off of anyone who has ever been on a plane…these stories will get that grey matter ticking, whirling it into overdrive so it resembles a greying custard

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ESSAY: How Roald Dahl’s ‘Kiss Kiss’ Created a Strange Mind by Aliya Whiteley

Aliya Whiteley, author of The Beauty and The Arrival of Missives, explores the influence that Roald Dahl’s short stories have had on her work, and particularly ‘Ear to Ear’, from the forthcoming second volume of weird and eerie journal The Shadow Booth. The first story in Kiss Kiss, Roald Dahl’s 1960 collection of short stories, is

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