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Alive and Dreaming Wide Awake

June 20th 2018

NAOMI FOYLE looks at Arab Sci-Fi in the pages of ‘Iraq +100: Stories From a Century After the Invasion’: ‘a landmark anthology of short stories in a scintillating variety of genres and tones, a book of riveting ulterior visions…’

Contemplating ‘Mr Carlton’

November 3rd 2014

NEIL CAMPBELL pauses for thought in the world of David Constantine: ‘The contemplation of those moments helps our humanity, and it helps Mr Carlton, provides solace. Constantine, like Hemingway before him, has a naturalist’s eye for observed detail.’

Where do you want to go today?

May 29th 2013

The idea’s quite simple: short stories set in cities across the world, which you can listen to, or read in eBook form…’ JIM HINKS, Digital Editor at Comma Press, tells us how the Gimbal short story app arrived on our phones.

Stories from the Far Side of Research

January 14th 2013

In her essay on Bio-Punk, KIRSTY WALTERS talks of the haunting use of science and ethics in this wonderful short story collection: ‘…it opened my mind to a whole new way of thinking…’

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