Sarah Hall & Peter Hobbs (eds) Sex and Death Stories

This anthology could have developed in many different ways – sex and death are the daily fodder of the tabloids, after all …  The settings range from Petina Gappah’s African ladies’ hair salon to Hobbs’ bleakly futurist fake nuclear reactor. What they all have in common is their intimacy; they describe deeply private moments that their protagonists may never be able to explain to themselves, let alone share.

This review was published in the Sydney Morning Herald on 21 January 2017. You can read the full review here.

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