Once I figure out what is going on in Red Shift, I feel very pleased with myself.
Alan Garner’s 1973 novel opens with dialogue, just dialogue, between two un-named speakers. 627 more words
A couple of years ago, I received, read and enthusiastically reviewed Alan Garner’s last novel, Boneland. I called it his last novel, because Garner himself had described it as such: between his age, the time that writing takes, and the absence finally of an idea to inspire him, he did not expect another. 346 more words