Monthly Archives: July 2011

Sarah Hall Interviewed 2009

photo by sandi friend courtesy faber and faber This Interview previously appeared on The Lunecy Review. Cumbrian author Sarah Hall has developed a reputation as one of the most interesting young writers in the country, with a growing number of … Continue reading

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A Matter Of Oaths

Had Helen Wright’s only published novel A Matter Of Oaths¬†appeared a couple of years after its 1988 publication it might have been seen as a significant contributor to the early 90s British SF and in particular Space Opera resurgence. ¬†Instead … Continue reading

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The Uncertain Places

The opening pages of Lisa Goldstein’s long awaited new novel are vivid with otherness.  Goldstein takes us back in time and space to the Berkeley of 1971, that romanticised time of possibility, and then out of town to the verdant … Continue reading

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