Monday, 14 May 2012
'SPELUNKER' IN ULSTER TATLER
I have a story called 'Spelunker' in this month's Ulster Tatler. It's Paris-set and is about a loner/graffiti artist who has just lost his beloved mother. Things go well for him, you'll be glad to hear!
Matthew Sweeney and Carlo Gébler also have stories in this issue, 'The Jockey' and 'The Embrace', respectively. Matthew's is about a jockey falling apart after his horse dies; Carlo's story is set in London and features two teenage brothers and their mother at a pool party with another family, when things go awry. Thanks to editor/writer Glenn Patterson for having us.
Some Ulster Tatler content goes online so if the Literary Miscellany section does, I'll be sure to link to it on the blog. Meanwhile, it's available from newsagents.
'Spelunker' will be in my collection Mother America, out 4th June!