Sarah Hall knows how to unsettle. She knows how to write the eerie and construct the magnetic – […]

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

A short story collection can be like a good whiskey, it goes down easy, but once it hits […]

A surprisingly light enjoyable book: a collection of easy to read short stories with good variety. Dana Diehl […]

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

Years ago, I read Royle’s first collection of short stories, Mortality, and thought him too in thrall to […]

I read Angels but the subject matter seemed too familiar. The beautiful losers may as well have been […]

Kirsty Logan is the author of short story collection The Rental Heart and Other Fairytales, awarded the Polari […]

There are moments in everyone’s life where they are faced with a decision. It could be something as […]

It was a last minute booking: Mr George Smithson. Reception claimed he had called on several occasions but […]