This is as much for me to keep tabs on things as anything, but if you're curious about my forthcoming books, Vertigo and Hotel, here are a few previews. If you're a reviewer, and would like a look at one, or both of them, please get in touch...
Vertigo: starred review at Kirkus: "sentences that can make your heart stop. A feat of language".
An interview with me at The Paris Review.
Hotel & Vertigo at The Millions "Most Anticipated".
Eley Williams for Influx Press Summer Reads:" witty and yearning and completely artful."
Scott Esposito on Vertigo for 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."
The Paris Review on Hotel:"a slim, sharp meditation on hotels and desire."
Hellogiggles on Hotel: "a gorgeously jolty narrative you’ll quickly eat right up".
Publisher's Weekly on Hotel: "A strange, probing book all the more affecting for eschewing easy resolution."
Publishers Weekly on Vertigo: "a compelling pitch into the inner life."
The Lit Hub Fall Preview on Hotel: "an impressive combination of stylistic invention and dry wit."
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."
& at PBS Digital Channel (about 4 1/2 mins in - he brandishes the book!)