Literary reviews by Tim Love.
Warning: Rather than reviews, these are often notes in preparation for reviews that were never finished, or pleas for help with understanding pieces. See Litref Reviews - a rationale for details.

Friday, 8 January 1999

"Scornflakes" by Attila the Stockbroker (Bloodaxe, 1992)

Tabloids like picking on easy targets ("Fatcats", etc), putting only one side of the story in order to stir up a reaction. But John Baine (aka Attila the Stockbroker) clearly doesn't like the tabloids. Or does he? See his Home Page if you're curious.

I haven't heard him live, but I've heard Henry Normal, whose best seemed pretty good to me.

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