Wonderful review of The Unheimlich Manoeuvre
It's always immensely gratifying when someone reads your work and really gets to the core of what you were trying to do. Andrew Garvey's very kind review of The Unheimlich Manoeuvre assesses the stories, one by one, in a thoughtful and senstive manner. I was particularly thrilled by his reading of them as contemporary Gothic...
'Her version of the Gothic aesthetic feels both real and relevant. Her protagonists don’t moon about in elaborate nineteenth century castles; they languish in hospital beds, in doctors’ waiting rooms or their own quiet and lonely homes where their fears are grounded as much in the everyday, the imagined and the emotional as they in the supernatural.'
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