Tag Archives: Louise Welsh

Tamburlaine Must Die

“Welsh’s novel is as quick and dark as a child’s nightmare. . . . Fictionalizes Marlowe’s last days with novelistic wit and interpretive imagination….

The Cutting Room

“The Cutting Room fixes itself among a formidable modern pantheon that includes the novels of Ian McEwan and A. L. Kennedy. . . ….

The Bullet Trick

“Delivers both the erotic tingle and the frisson of revulsion some of us feel when exploring a decadent subculture. . . . One of…