By portraying a seemingly insignificant but accurate world, Clammer has managed to produce a novel that in its own charming, offbeat, blue collar way, feels highly significant indeed.
DEATH FUGUE is an allegorical tale as chilling in parts as anything by Atwood or Zamyatin, yet told with airy, fitful surrealism. It is both reposeful and purposeful, an unerringly calm vision of beauty and terror.
WILD ANIMALS PROHIBITED is a remarkable collection of strange, unwelcoming stories, with a serious desire to disrupt complacent attitudes of the literary world.
By telling a story through parallel universes, the future and the past become inseparable, allowing A RIVER CALLED TIME to be both visionary and reflective all at once.