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.


Madam Panagoulias and the Pithos
Do Eros Sevens Dream Of Jupiter And Mars?
Everything Happens for A Reason
The Feast of Margaret
Ray’s Vision
Fat Tuesday
Educated FishwivesThe Unholy Trinity
Mr. Zimmerman Flies to Buenos Aires (Economy Class)
Joe Carter
Dreaming in the Third Person 

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