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With this collection of short stories Neil takes his writing to another level. Using a frame narrative as a vehicle to present his most recent output, we find ourselves transported into quotidian reality as perceived through the distorting filter of imagination, the magically real, and the really unacceptable. One moment exploring the vanguard of sound, the next dealing with rejection and corporate discipline, reinventing prostitution for a feminist age, and realising the darker side of tattooing, amongst other strangeness. All in his typically warped style. More conceptual than ever before, and never far from the art world, the collection also includes significant episodes, experimental fragments, and two short film scripts.

ASTM [Automatic Story Telling Machine] (Paperback) [2017]

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