U.v ray‘s brilliant uber-noir Spiral Out opens up with Mark Karzoso on the phone to his father, asking for his help to dispose of a body, and before you know it we’re sharply hauled into Karzoso’s deliriously nihilistic world of misogyny, misanthropy, drugs, booze, bad men and women. Spiral Out is a like a whip-crack.Continue reading “Recommended Read: Spiral Out by u.v.ray”
We Are Glass by U V Ray is a searing collection of seventeen razor-sharp short stories. Some of the most powerful stories in this cracking collection are … Temporary Things – The beautifully painted, bittersweet love story of a couple that meet in a sex club. Solidarity Of The Damned – A policeman finds theContinue reading “Recommended Read: We Are Glass by U V Ray”
U.V. Ray is one of a kind. A self-obsessed rotter with a heart of coal. A Satanic Beatnik Exorcist of words that plague. He has a new book out, We Are Glass by Murder Slim. Buy it, read it, caress it … I talked to him. JM – UV. You’re a writer. Tell me aContinue reading “Guest Blog: Jason Michel Interviews U V Ray”
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Laughing At The Death Grin! A short fiction anthology from PULP METAL MAGAZINE. Edited by JASON MICHEL with stories from U V RAY, RICHARD GODWIN B R STATEHAM HEATH LOWRENCE IAN AYRIS, CHRIS RHATIGAN FRANK DUFFY JODI MCARTHUR & MORE including ME! Get it HERE! Continue reading “Laughing At The Death Grin! Out Now FROM Pulp Metal Fiction”
Short Sharp Interview: U V Ray Q1) You’ve recently released a chapbook – road trip and other poems- what writing period do the poems cover? They take over from where my last book finished and represent a collection of my work featured in magazines like 3:AM, The Beat, Dogmatika, Open Wide, Underground Voices, Kill Author,Continue reading “Short Sharp Interview: U V Ray”
Social Engineering staring from the window of a fourth floor apartment there is nothing left all these streets look the same grey shadows of tower blocks stretch where traffic lights alternate along Holloway Circus Queensway and washing machines spin in some deserted launderette everything operates on automatic as dawn ignites a glitter ofContinue reading “Guest Blog: U V Ray”