How Pale The Winter Has Made Us (Influx Press, 2020)

Celluloid Wicker Man

I’m very happy to say that my next novel, How Pale The Winter Has Made Us, is to be published in February 2020 by Influx Press. We’ve been working together on it for a long time now, and are still working out little details of formatting and planning so I won’t be saying too much here. But, suffice to say, the project has been a real labour of love, sprouting from a chance encounter and leading to an in-depth examination of the city of Strasbourg. I won’t give much detail for now other than provide its public synopsis below and share that its three real pillars of influence were Georges Perec’s Life: A User’s Manuel, Elfriede Jelinek’s The Piano Teacher and Andrzej Żuławski’s Possession.

The book, which twins on some level with Mothlight, was originally heavily littered with photographs picked up around Strasbourg’s flea markets, and…

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