I'm very happy to say that my book, Vertigo, is published in the US by Dorothy, a Publishing Project today.
Dorothy is an extraordinary publisher; producing only two books a year, it punches far above its weight, consistently championing exciting and innovative new writing. I'd like to give many thanks to Danielle Dutton and Martin Riker, who run the press, and who are both brilliant.
I'm delighted to say that the book will publish next year in the UK with And Other Stories.
Here's some press - I'll add more as it arrives:
Vertigo: starred review at Kirkus: "sentences that can make your heart stop. A feat of language".
Flavourwire's 33 Must-read books: "Walsh’s Vertigo may redistribute the possibilities of contemporary fiction, especially if it meets with the wider audience her work demands."
Vol. 1 Brooklyn: "Do you like your fiction difficult to pin down and stunningly written?"
Flavorwire 10 Must-read books for October: "Walsh’s writing is visual, clear-eyed, a kind of mix (somehow) of Marie NDiaye and Elena Ferrante. Years from now when you’re still reading her work, you’ll remember that you started here."
Scott Esposito at Conversational Reading: "These stories are intense."
Vertigo at Jeff Vandermeer: "Stunning short, sharp shocks with insight that reminds me of the very personal work of Clarice Lispector."
Publishers Weekly: "a compelling pitch into the inner life."
Left-bank Books: "The stories in Vertigo are linked by speaker and can be read like a novel, but each stands alone as an example of just how many boundaries the short form can push in a few pages... A mind-blowing must-read."
If you are interested in reviewing, or rights, please get in touch with me (email link on my 'ABOUT' page, top of right sidebar) or Dorothy.