I am planning to attend this event on 4th July – a rare occasion when I am to be allowed out by Tarr and Fether to meet some of my favourite authors…
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THE FURIOUS WALNUTS
First coinage of ‘Devolved Fiction’ here, so as, in hindsight, to attempt to describe a fiction genre that is devolved to the reader where, inasmuch as the metafiction is so utterly extreme, it becomes, somewhat paradoxically perhaps, unmetafictional.
More boulders found on this morning’s ‘walnut walk’ (now so-called!) near where I live:
Bought by me on-line from the publisher.
Eibonvale Press 2013
‘sixty linked stories’
Below is another new style real-time review of mine
More DFL-connected Rhys-Hughesiana
1 – Rainbow’s End
“That’s the trouble with THE TALL STORY on Raconteur Road; every time you want a drink you have to tell one.”
This, so far, seems delightfully akin to the earlier Rhys-Hughesian pub-talk fictions with which I once real-tuned my time when reading THIS book. Here an engagingly imaginative abseil-surdity that deals with whether rainbows are what they used to be, e.g. complete with a crock of gold at its end. Rather than the actual ‘crock’ joke in the story, I think it fits in better with my obsession today about ‘the last gold of decayed stars’ and the crock (wreck) with which some such chunk of ‘decayed star’ might crock the crock of this world at 7.30 pm tonight (Welsh time). If so, I may never finish this review! 😐
THE ABOVE REVIEW CONTINUES BELOW IN THE COMMENTS TO THIS POST.