The Mechanics' Institute Review Issue 9 by Julia Bell

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This extraordinary collection of short stories traverses many different worlds. From the smoky banks of the Ganges to the breaking waves of Bali, the characters teeter on the edge of life-changing moments. Problematic false teeth, festering limbs and deadly weapons are all par for the course. Quaff expensive wine and discover the real danger of smoking. The ninth issue of The Mechanics’ Institute Review features work from Jenn Ashworth, Nick Alexander, Julia Bell and Alison MacLeod, alongside talented new writers. This is what modern short story-telling is all about.

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Published September 25, 2012 240 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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