Cargo Publishing are having a great year, bringing out Collete Victor’s What to do With Lobsters in a Place like Klippiesfontein, Andrew Raymond Drennan’s The Limits of the World and now Nicholas Hogg’s Tokyo. Here‘s my review of the latter in the Japan Times.
I’ve had a week off work and, writing half a short story aside, have been letting my mind unwind from the exertions of finishing the last novel. Mainly I’ve spent my time lying in the park reading. Near our apartment there’s an ancient burial mound (Jomon period, roughly 1000BCE – 300BCE) that makes for aContinue reading “New Books by Wonderful Writers”
Now what is the internet for if not self-promotion?* Today saw the official announcement of the Dundee International Book Prize featuring … me! (No big surprise, I mentioned ‘self-promotion’). Technically, it features my novel, Dog Mountain. Of course, it’s not only me. Twelve other writers have been plucked from about 350 entries. There follows aContinue reading “Dundee International Book Prize”