West, Adam

Adam writes infrequently these days but when he does write he invariably tries out a new genre, a different style.

His influences spring from a variety of genres, too, chiefly Science fiction and Crime Noir but also the likes of Atwood, PKD, Kesey, Orwell, Laxness, Kafka, Welsh, Vonnegut, Murakami and a cadre of obscure European and Japanese authors.

He hopes one day to visit, Iceland, Sweden and Barcelona.

 

Stories:

Madam Panagoulias and the Pithos

Do Eros Sevens Dream Of Jupiter And Mars?

Everything Happens for A Reason

 ¡WE LIVED!

The Feast of Margaret

Ray’s Vision

Fat Tuesday

Educated Fishwives

The Unholy Trinity

Mr. Zimmerman Flies to Buenos Aires (Economy Class)

Coming soon: Joe Carter

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