Adam Scovell is a writer and filmmaker from The Wirral. To date, he is the author of two books: the monograph Folk Horror: Hours Dreadful and Things Strange (2017) and, most recently, Mothlight, his début novel, published by Influx Press.
Sam Thompson is the author of two novels, the Booker-longlisted Communion Town (2012) and, most recently, Jott (2018). Jott depicts a friendship between two men finding their places in the world, in the socially conservative Britain of the 1930s. One of them is a psychiatrist with his own deep anxieties; the other is a writer of highly stylised Modernist fiction.
Marc Nash is the author of five collections of flash fiction and four novels, all of which, according to his bio, “look to push narrative form and language”. His latest novel, Three Dreams in the Key of G, certainly fits the bill.
Helen McClory is a prolific writer of flash fiction and short stories, as well as a novelist and an advocate for overlooked literature. She spoke to Splice about her work, her interest in different literary forms, and her future plans.
Lytton Smith is the translator of several Icelandic books, including, most recently, Ófeigur Sigurðsson’s Öræfi. In reviewing the novel for Splice, Alec Dewar called Öræfi “a gleefully byzantine, oddly proportioned, confounding, compelling, and finally operatic achievement”, and described Smith’s translation as “a breathtaking feat”.
Paperback, £7.99 plus postage(UK: £1.99, International: £4.99).Pre-order this book now! Michael Conley’s collection of short stories, Flare and Falter, will be published by Splice on July 30 and is available for pre-order now. It’s a collection with an unusual genesis. One of Michael’s stories was shortlisted for the 2016 Manchester Writing Competition. It seemed…
Michael Conley’s collection of short stories, Flare and Falter, will be published by Splice on July 30 and is available for pre-order now. It’s a collection with an unusual genesis…