review: kazufumi shiraishi’s the part of me that isn’t broken inside in the complete review

Editor

the part of me that isn’t broken inside is exceptionally well done, a novel that seems to meander almost aimlessly along with its self-indulgent narrator yet is a tight and profound exploration of human hurt and intimate relationships. an impres

2017-08-17 11:30:46  

review: m.a. orthofer (“complete review”) on the city of ulysses

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relies a bit too much on some melodramatic turns, but otherwise … city of ulysses is a fine — and, in places, very good — novel of an artist life, as well as an effective account of the times and changes read on! →

2017-08-01 03:20:22  

review: m.a. orthofer (“complete review”) on the city of ulysses

Editor

relies a bit too much on some melodramatic turns, but otherwise … city of ulysses is a fine — and, in places, very good — novel of an artist life, as well as an effective account of the times and changes read on! →

2017-08-01 03:20:22  

review: m.a. orthofer (“complete review”) on the city of ulysses

Editor

relies a bit too much on some melodramatic turns, but otherwise … city of ulysses is a fine — and, in places, very good — novel of an artist life, as well as an effective account of the times and changes read on! →

2017-08-01 03:20:22  

review: m.a. orthofer (“complete review”) on the city of ulysses

Editor

relies a bit too much on some melodramatic turns, but otherwise … city of ulysses is a fine — and, in places, very good — novel of an artist life, as well as an effective account of the times and changes read on! →

2017-08-01 03:20:22  

review: m.a. orthofer (“complete review”) on the city of ulysses

Editor

relies a bit too much on some melodramatic turns, but otherwise … city of ulysses is a fine — and, in places, very good — novel of an artist life, as well as an effective account of the times and changes read on! →

2017-08-01 03:20:22  

review: chris searle (“race & class”) reviews november

Editor

“woodall’s stark, lucid yet powerfully figurative prose has to embrace both the word and the image. real and breathing portraits of suppurating human life and detailed descriptions of the cruelty and mental torture of alienated labour are

2017-08-01 12:33:17  

review: chris searle (“race & class”) reviews november

Editor

“woodall’s stark, lucid yet powerfully figurative prose has to embrace both the word and the image. real and breathing portraits of suppurating human life and detailed descriptions of the cruelty and mental torture of alienated labour are

2017-08-01 12:33:17  

review: chris searle (“race & class”) reviews november

Editor

“woodall’s stark, lucid yet powerfully figurative prose has to embrace both the word and the image. real and breathing portraits of suppurating human life and detailed descriptions of the cruelty and mental torture of alienated labour are

2017-08-01 12:33:17  

review: chris searle (“race & class”) reviews november

Editor

“woodall’s stark, lucid yet powerfully figurative prose has to embrace both the word and the image. real and breathing portraits of suppurating human life and detailed descriptions of the cruelty and mental torture of alienated labour are

2017-08-01 12:33:17  

review: chris searle (“race & class”) reviews november

Editor

“woodall’s stark, lucid yet powerfully figurative prose has to embrace both the word and the image. real and breathing portraits of suppurating human life and detailed descriptions of the cruelty and mental torture of alienated labour are

2017-08-01 12:33:17  

review: the irish times reviews march hares!

Editor

“an even more unabashedly autobiographical work than higgins’s other path-breaking works in the form, the last word in a series of increasingly risky and valuable works which collectively reveal that ‘life is a story told’.R

2017-07-29 03:54:56  

review: the irish times reviews march hares!

Editor

“an even more unabashedly autobiographical work than higgins’s other path-breaking works in the form, the last word in a series of increasingly risky and valuable works which collectively reveal that ‘life is a story told’.R

2017-07-29 03:54:56  

review: the irish times reviews march hares!

Editor

“an even more unabashedly autobiographical work than higgins’s other path-breaking works in the form, the last word in a series of increasingly risky and valuable works which collectively reveal that ‘life is a story told’.R

2017-07-29 03:54:56  

review: the irish times reviews march hares!

Editor

“an even more unabashedly autobiographical work than higgins’s other path-breaking works in the form, the last word in a series of increasingly risky and valuable works which collectively reveal that ‘life is a story told’.R

2017-07-29 03:54:56  

review: the irish times reviews march hares!

Editor

“an even more unabashedly autobiographical work than higgins’s other path-breaking works in the form, the last word in a series of increasingly risky and valuable works which collectively reveal that ‘life is a story told’.R

2017-07-29 03:54:56  

review: the irish times reviews march hares!

Editor

“an even more unabashedly autobiographical work than higgins’s other path-breaking works in the form, the last word in a series of increasingly risky and valuable works which collectively reveal that ‘life is a story told’.R

2017-07-29 03:54:56  

john toomey’s slipping wins the international rubery award for fiction 2017!

Editor

john toomey’s novel, slipping, published by dalkey archive press, has won the international rubery award for fiction 2017, the largest prize for independent authors and publishers. the judges described the novel by the dublin schoolteacher as “c

2017-07-27 10:43:39  

john toomey’s slipping wins the international rubery award for fiction 2017!

Editor

john toomey’s novel, slipping, published by dalkey archive press, has won the international rubery award for fiction 2017, the largest prize for independent authors and publishers. the judges described the novel by the dublin schoolteacher as “c

2017-07-27 10:43:39  

john toomey’s slipping wins the international rubery award for fiction 2017!

Editor

john toomey’s novel, slipping, published by dalkey archive press, has won the international rubery award for fiction 2017, the largest prize for independent authors and publishers. the judges described the novel by the dublin schoolteacher as “c

2017-07-27 10:43:39  

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