Roll up, Roll up
Susie Wild reviews Paul McVeigh’s debut novel The Good Son (Salt Publishing 2015)
I was born the day the Troubles started.
‘Wasn’t I, Ma? says me.
‘It was you that started them, ... Read More...
The International Poetry Reincarnation: Roundhouse, London. 30th May, 2015.
Review by Aki Schilz
Word Made Flesh, 1965
Flesh Made Word, 2015
In June 1965, a buzz was in the air on London’s l... Read More...
Honouring Fathers and Telling Tales
Jacqui Rowe reviews The Emma Press Anthology of Fatherhood (ed. Emma Wright and Rachel Piercey) and The Other Side of Sleep (ed. Cherry Potts, Arachne Press)
Re... Read More...
How Stories Do Or Don't Get Told
Lucy Jeynes reviews Nicholas Royle’s selection, The Best British Short Stories 2014 (Salt Publishing)
When an anthology limits itself to a particular vintage, you ... Read More...
In Issue 1 of Bare Fiction Magazine, editor Robert Harper took a look at Dan O'Brien's award winning debut collection of poetry, War Reporter, and interviewed Dan about his writing journey, how it led... Read More...