Archive for Januar, 2021
Allan Guthrie’s ‚Bye Bye, Baby‘ – a novella worth revisiting(No Comments)

BYE BYE BABY Bruce. Knowing his name, knowing lots of facts isn’t enough. Or is it? Facts. Turniquets to the mind, tightening, loosening, solving nothing. Souvenirs of what probably was. People keep up appearances, right? A child is missing. Beyond Bruce, twists are timed like clockworks. Go admire the calmness of their function. That’s all. […]

Political fiction, revisited: Douglas Lindsay’s ‚The End Of Days‘(No Comments)

A wave of the sea, blown by the wind, foaming, tossed, has unique complexities. Up to a certain point, the same probably goes for pointless TV-shows, collapsing economies, conspiracy theorists, military operations by the US, news channels and the filth they throw up, first signs of class war, politicians, business leaders, financial greed, zombie managers, […]