I’ll admit that I was apprehensive when Carolyn suggested I choose The M Word: Conversations about Motherhood as my next book. Mother’s Day was on the horizon so this collection was a timely choice, but what business do I have reading a book about motherhood?
Reading a play is a kitchen party. There’s a degree of anarchy involved where multiple voices rise and fall over the bedlam of parallel arching narratives. Be careful what you say here, anyone could be listening
Darren Greer’s name will be familiar to many. His first novel, Tyler’s Cape, earned critical acclaim, while Still Life with June won the ReLit Award in 2004. His latest, Just Beneath My Skin is no exception
Author Mark Anthony Jarman’s whole life has been steeped in words. From his earliest days, he clearly remembers living in a house filled with books, newspapers and magazines. But as he got a little older, comics became Jarman’s “gateway drug”