Neon Books has posted Michael Farry's review of The Dogs of Humanity (from which an advanced quote appears of the back cover of the collection).
The book is described as "a series of explorations of the human condition using canine metaphors, parallels and antitheses which entertain, enlighten and entrap us".
On Joe Cushnan's blog, Dropped The Moon, I've a guest post writing about how the new book came to be published through Fly On The Wall Press, and my pre-launch nerves:
"[T]he putting-together-a-book process was a lot easier than the process of my previous collection, the x of y. From original manuscript to publication, that took about two years. Things tend to move slowly in the publishing world. To move from submission to actual physical book with Fly Press in eight months is amazing."
Thurs 9th Jan, 2020, 11am
Writing and Mental Health (First Fortnight Festival)
Stillorgan Library, Dublin
Thurs 20th Feb, 2020, 7pm
Lit Up (with Geraldine O'Kane)
The ARC, Community Arts Partnership, Belfast