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Archive for the month “May, 2015”

To the untidy end

When I was a kid, I often stayed in my grandparents’ manor house in England. It was a musty, falling-down place, lacking mains water or electricity. A shambles of soft floors and collapsing ceilings, of drafty corridors and mildew, of sooty chimneys, spiders, spook and shadow. I adored it. Read more…

Keep those screams a-rollin’

My new novel Slow Wilhelm Exit is an irreverent analogy of the accumulating wounds we suffer at the hands of the people we let into our hearts. It’s a literal death of a thousand cuts. But what is that title supposed to mean? Read more…

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