Talking it over with Genghis Khan
Published 8 October 2015
Oxygen Books £8.99 Paperback Original and e-book 978 099263649 4
Talking it over with Genghis Khan, Heather Reyes
Why is Genghis Khan on little Eva's bed?
Who painted 'Only connect' on the Ritz?
What does a gargoyle have to say about the world?
Did Mr Davidsbundler really come to call?
With all the verve, wit and intimacy of her novels and other writing, Heather Reyes' theme in these superbly quirky, mischievous and colour-filled stories is surprise - how our daily lives are richer, stranger and more dangerous than we know.
Heather Reyes is the author of three novels - Zade, Miranda Road and Perfectly Fine - and two books about reading: An Everywhere: a little book about reading and Book-worms, Dog-ears, and Squashy Big Armchairs: a book lover's alphabet. She is also the editor of the city-pick urban travel guide series. Her short stories have appeared in Fiction International, Ambit, Philosophy Now, Mslexia, Chapman's, Staple and Fire.
'Moves, amuses and provokes' Independent on Sunday on Zade
'Rich, poetic, painterly, wise and tender' Maggie Gee on Miranda Road
'Brilliant ...I love Heather's passion for reading' Helen Dunmore on An Everywhere
'Sublime ... what a great idea!' The Sydney Morning Herald on the city-pick series
For a review copy or to interview Heather please contact Malcolm Burgess: firstname.lastname@example.org; 01277 263770/ 07594490216