It is not just the effects on the soul that Dundass has got right, it's also the othering and dislike of disability from society. At the heart of HellSans is the unspoken question that all those with disability come to ask themselves sooner or later "Is it me who is disabled, or is the real disability societies inability to cope with differnece."
Tag: women writers
Interview: Any Suiter Clark author of Girl, 11
This week Mairi sit's down with crime fiction author Amy Suiter-Clark to talk about the process of writing her debut Girl, 11, and many other things crime fiction, including why neither of them will ever light up a room.
The Baby is Mine: A Crime Fiction Book
The Baby Is Mine is an engaging, playful and modern take on the biblical tale Solomon's judgement.
Book Review: My Sister The Serial Killer
Buy the book from the TCF bookshop here. Every so often a book will come along which is just perfectly executed. I don't often ratebooks 5 stars, but My Sister The Serial Killer deserves it. Oyinkan Braithwaite manages to pull off a story with perfect pacing, depth, fully formed characters, and which manages to be …