REVIEW: The Irish Examiner reviews SLIPPING

“[SLIPPING] concerns itself with the psychology of the delusional Albert Jackson and his desire to have a book written about him. He wants it to be a mixture of fact and fiction, in order to be understood, particularly by his two grown-up Read on! →

REVIEW: David Hebblethwaite reviews OUR DEAD WORLD

“These stories inhabit a place where the line between the real and the supernatural stretches thin; they’re animated by the existential tension that this implies.” Read more online at David’s literature blog.

REVIEW: Arts Fuse reviews THE SOVEREIGN

“…a genre-bending, ambitious-to-the-max debut novel that revolves around a fictional uprising in Puerto Rico. At its best, this complex, experimental narrative succeeds at blending speculative fiction, magic realism, and techno-realism. Colarusso also succeeds in offering insightful commentary on the nuances Read on! →

REVIEW: RTE reviews THE DOGS OF INISHERE

Set in England and Ireland, and mostly written in a time before smartphones and iPads, Alannah Hopkin’s stories are off-beat and charmingly eccentric. Read the full review online at RTE.