Tag: literature


001. Kill All Normies: Online Culture Wars from 4chan and Tumblr to Trump and the Alt-Right 002. Burn Site In Bloom 003. Mouth Baby 004. A Land Called Tarot 005. Saga Vol 7 006. Injection Vol 3 007. Doom Patrol Read more…


I loved ‘And The Ass Saw The Angel’ and I generally have loved everything that Nick Cave touches – he keeps it interesting and new, and doesn’t often repeat himself. This is a very different novel to his debut, which Read more…


                                          There are some books where it is the ending that blows you away, and there are other books where Read more…


Warren Ellis asks questions a lot — he wonders what shape the future might take sometimes: the future of science fiction; the future of the internet and its content. In answer to a piece called The Patchwork Years, which looked Read more…


The Dangling Man is the first Saul Bellow novel that I read and it remains my favourite, closely followed by Seize The Day and The Dean’s December. As well as being great reads that firmly embed you, the reader, within Read more…


A new character driven story tacked to a semi-high-concept idea I had whilst pumped on caffeine and gum — blame Folgers for this bullshit. Click the above link to indulge.


Click The Cover Above To Buy This Book! A collection of stories that takes you closer to some people than you would ever normally want to go. Staked out in the territory of a blooming bruise, ‘proximity alert’ takes you Read more…


I was witness to the genesis of this book, and though the book says the seed of an idea was planted in Missouri, I think something had already clicked into place in Chicago. We were both there to record some Read more…


So, the first two parts of this massive project I am undertaking is up for your enjoyment — I hope you’ll all support me and leave me loads of comments to let me know what you think. I have something Read more…


I seem to remember this being recommended to me with a line like ‘If you say you like Science Fiction then you need to read this.’ It is different — it has a very different flavour to a lot of Read more…