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Broad in scope and beautifully written, this unconventional autobiography contains some of the best advice struggling writers will ever receive

1 July 2023

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Wish I Was Here: An Anti-Memoir M. John Harrison

Serpent’s Tail, pp.213, 16.99

It would be hard to categorise M. John Harrison as a novelist, and that is just the way he would like it. He may definitely have a foot in the camps of science fiction and fantasy – with fans including Neil Gaiman and the late Iain Banks – but he is not one for being pinned down, whether he steps outside those genres or not.

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