Sunday, 23 August 2009

Reviewed In Isolation

Fresh fiction is pure ‘golden’

Isolation Space,
By Mark Cantrell,
Published By Lulu
£9.99 | ISBN: 978-1-4092-7030-0 | Paperback (284 pages)

Available from Lulu

Mark Cantrell’s anthology Isolation Space gained some positive feedback in the latest issue of Writers Muse magazine. The bi-monthly publication features a review of the paperback collection in the current issue.

Saturday, 22 August 2009

New Labour Wants You...

Signing On For Social Control

An Essay By Mark Cantrell
Copyright © August 2009

To its critics, the Government’s proposed Welfare Reform Bill is the wrong bill at the wrong time; one that will transform the Welfare State into a punitive ‘workfare state’. Mark Cantrell argues that the imposition of such a draconian regime is perfectly fitted to an era of recession, as the ‘reform’ of the welfare system represents an overlooked theatre in the creation of an authoritarian ‘surveillance society’

Saturday, 15 August 2009

So, What Is It?

Can’t Win Either Way

“But what is the difference between literature and journalism? Journalism is unreadable and literature is not read. That is all.”

Oscar Wilde, Irish dramatist, novelist and poet (1854-1900)

Category: QUOTES

Free Sample

Free verse on Scribd sample

A selection of poems from the collection Deus Ex Insomnia was posted on the document exchange site Scribd to provide a revealing foretaste of the full paperback book.


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