I'm delighted to say that Vertigo was published in Ireland on 10th March by the wonderful Tramp Press.
The Irish Times: "precise and minimalist prose... The stories in Vertigo are by turns funny, surreal, modernist, remaining at all times accessible... [Drowning] is a story that summons the ghosts of early 20th century modernism – Eliot, Woolf, Kate Chopin."
The Irish Examiner: "Her passion for writing, her intensity and seriousness for her craft, and her sheer almost overwhelming intelligence, come as no surprise. Vertigo, a quite extraordinarily accomplished piece of work, could only have been written by someone with exceptional skills."
The Independent: "Such is the startling beauty of this book, as bizarre as it is profound, confirming Walsh as a teller worth listening to very carefully indeed... Vertigo could certainly be termed 'boldly original', with fresh thoughts and ideas spiralling across every page... a voice which combines emotional frankness with beautifully delicate descriptions."
Rick O'Shea: "sparse stories of honesty and internal alienation... Vertigo is a little thing of hidden beauty, you should seek it out."
Image.ie (This Month's Irish Must-Reads): "A stunning collection of short stories."
Irish Country Magazine: "Walsh's writing is poetic and witty, and a mastery of language."
Headstuff: "The stories are expertly crafted... she dissects her apparently banal surroundings with great precision."
Bookshopian: "Walsh writes with incredible technical ability without ever showing off for the sake of it... This has so far been the best book I have read this year and I have no doubt that come December 31st this view will not have changed."
Here's the contact for review copies etc.