Take a disorienting dive into language, meaning and identity with this new collection of experimental narratives by the author of the fantastic Vertigo.— From Stephen
"Joanna Walsh is fast becoming one of our most important writers." --Deborah Levy
This collection cements Joanna Walsh's reputation as one of the sharpest writers of this century. Wearing her learning lightly, Walsh's stories make us see the world afresh, from a freewheeling story on cycling (and Freud), to a country in which words themselves fall out of fashion--something that will never happen wherever Walsh is read.
Joanna Walsh is the author of Hotel and Vertigo. She also writes literary criticism, edits at 3: AM and Catapult, and founded @read_women. She lives in Oxford, UK.