Come Let Us Sing Anyway

Come Let Us Sing Anyway From headless schoolgirls to talking food and threesomes pretty much anything can happen in these witty weird and wonderful short stories by Leone Ross Ranging from flash fiction to intense psychol

  • Title: Come Let Us Sing Anyway
  • Author: Leone Ross
  • ISBN: 9781845233341
  • Page: 349
  • Format: Paperback
  • From headless schoolgirls, to talking food and threesomes, pretty much anything can happen in these witty, weird and wonderful short stories by Leone Ross Ranging from flash fiction to intense psychological drama, magical realism, horror and erotica, these strange, clever, frank and sometimes very funny stories have a serious side too Carefully crafted over 15 years, theFrom headless schoolgirls, to talking food and threesomes, pretty much anything can happen in these witty, weird and wonderful short stories by Leone Ross Ranging from flash fiction to intense psychological drama, magical realism, horror and erotica, these strange, clever, frank and sometimes very funny stories have a serious side too Carefully crafted over 15 years, they explore unbounded sexualities, a vision of the fluidity of the person, and politics from the deaths of black people at the hands of the police, to the deep shifts that signal the subtle changes in the nature of capitalism and much These stories may sometimes tickle, sometimes shock but will always engage both the intellect and the heart.

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    1. These are a collection of stories that are each put together in this one publication. I was surprised and overwhelmed to actually enjoy each and every story in its own right.This year I decided to read some short stories and give them a chance, so far there is only one that didn't peg it for me but these others surely stirred my readers juices.Handy to read whilst waiting for supper to cook, or sitting in your car waiting for someone etc.Some of these are witty, wonderful and sweet, some will ma [...]

    2. I haven’t ever read a collection written by one single person that is this dynamic, bizarre, and uniquely authentic. Over and over again, I was impressed by Leone Ross’ extraordinary storytelling skills. And her use of dialogueoh, let me tell you, it was ABSOLUTELY wonderful! “Come Let Us Sing Anyway” is an incredible, heart-wrenching collection. Not one story is remotely like another, and a few of these tales don’t bat an eye at their raw truths. My mind was blown—several times. My [...]

    3. I read Leone Ross’ Drag a few years ago, and I knew right then that I’d found someone special, an author with a unique voice. For me, the story is about our desire not to be restricted or categorized. It’s a battle-cry for individuality, for throwing off shackles. The whole collection, of Come Let Us Sing Anyway, has this feel for me, that we’re seeing characters who are defiantly blazing, refusing to be constrained by others' expectations.Leone’s storytelling is fearless altogether, a [...]

    4. Leone Ross is a writer who thinks deeply about her craft. Beyond mere nuts and bolts—the practical minutiae of syntax and punctuation—she grasps the workings of prose as few other writers do, at an elemental, sub-atomic level, her words like charged particles, whirling and spinning in concert to build up language of extraordinary power and beauty.Ross never wastes a word. Her narrative style is objective, concise, economical yet seldom spare; rich and colorful yet never gaudy or effusive, an [...]

    5. I absolutely loved this wonderful and weird collection of short stories, its always hard to rate shorr stories, however with this collection the writing is so fluid, lyrical and stunning in everyway. STORIES range from historical to romantic sci-fi and fantasy, with a big bang of magical realism too. There are some erotica which I dont normally enjoy however in this they are witty and gritty and real. A lot of the stories are set in Jamaica as the author grew up there, and I love to read about d [...]

    6. Mrs Neecy Brown’s husband is falling in love. She can tell, because the love is stuck to the walls of the house, making the wallpaper sticky, and it has seeped into the calendar in her kitchen, so bad she can’t see what the date is, and the love keeps ruining the foodWhat an opening to acclaimed author Leone Ross’s diverse, lively and witty collection of short stories,Full review Three single-author short story collections annegoodwin.weebly/1/post/

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