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The Research Club: an Anthology of New Writing

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'The Research Club' is a preview of important voices on the eve of their break into the wider world of contemporary literature. It is a shortcut for anyone interested in the shape of British writing in future years. It consists mainly of short stories & novel extracts with a few poems.
Paperback, 244 pages
Published August 20th 2007 by Black and White
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Kirsty
Part of the fun of reading new writing is guessing which names will grace the covers of books in the next few years, and which will never be seen again.

I'm betting I'll see these names again: Patricia Ace (her story was mysterious, atmospheric, and odd); David Keeney (a smart, subtle story with, unfortunately, a terrible final line); Jessica Parkinson (creepy and visceral); Jane Patience (a near-future story about a corpse in a heatwave); and Steve Petchey (inventive, original, and comically cyn
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The author of four novels and numerous short stories, Laura Marney is a member of the Glasgow G7 group of writers (Alan Bissett, Nick Brookes, Rodge Glass, Laura Marney, Alison Miller, Zoë Strachan and Louise Welsh).

Born and brought up in Glasgow Marney co-founded a theatre group there. Since "nobody else could be bothered", she also began writing scripts for the company.

Marney is a graduate of th
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