by Christopher Kenworthy
A first collection of intense, mood-laden stories from highly-respected young writer Kenworthy, already being spoken about in the same breath as Iain Banks and Angela Carter.
“The voice is original, plain, pained. The content borders on the gothic. The effect is to reveal both magic and menace as being present in the ordinary.” – Geoff Ryman, author of Was
“Enjoyable and skillfully written… Kenworthy is a very promising writer this is a fine début.” – SFX Magazine, January 1997
Christopher Kenworthy was born in 1968 in Preston. He began writing in 1986 and since then has seen over 30 short stories published in publications such as The Third Alternative, Interzone, Not One Of Us and Kimota. His work has also been included in anthologies like This Year’s Best Horror, Northern Lights and The Book Of Two Halves (Gollancz).
He is a professional writer, and splits his time between fiction and writing articles on the paranormal. Two novels have been published by Serpents Tail.