Get Out As Early As You Can

Get Out As Early As You Can In this searing collection of stories people try in various ways to escape the violence and depravity of urban Scotland A brutalized child rescues his sister in the only way he can imagine An alienat

  • Title: Get Out As Early As You Can
  • Author: Barry Graham
  • ISBN: 9781475110869
  • Page: 368
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this searing collection of stories, people try in various ways to escape the violence and depravity of urban Scotland.A brutalized child rescues his sister in the only way he can imagine An alienated, drug addicted boxer fights to live and then lives to fight A family man slashes faces for money Lovers, killers, the desperate and the mad search for meaning, or someonIn this searing collection of stories, people try in various ways to escape the violence and depravity of urban Scotland.A brutalized child rescues his sister in the only way he can imagine An alienated, drug addicted boxer fights to live and then lives to fight A family man slashes faces for money Lovers, killers, the desperate and the mad search for meaning, or someone to hold, or something to eat, in some of the meanest streets ever rendered in fiction.

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    About "Barry Graham"

    1. Barry Graham

      Dogo Barry Graham is a novelist, journalist, poet and Zen Buddhist monk His novels are set in his native Scotland, or in the U.S where he lived for than 20 years His articles have been published in magazines and newspapers including Harper s, Salon, Flaunt, Parabola, The Big Click, Narratively, Nerve, The Arizona Republic and Scotland on Sunday He is the teacher of The City Cave Zen Sangha.He lives in Maryhill, Glasgow.American Book Review called him the awesome Barry Grahamwhere innovative writing meets issues that matter Premiere France called him a white trash Buddhist monk with an uncompromising vision, but also full of tenderness and compassion, that makes him one of the most touching and interesting authors of his generation Subscribe to his newsletter for book news and the occasional free story tinyletter BarryGraham

    756 thoughts on “Get Out As Early As You Can”

    1. These stories hit you quickly and they hit you hard. The characters and settings for the stories feel instantly real and before you know it you're at the end of the story and feeling stunned. This was a quick, enjoyable and intense read. I loved every minute.


    2. Shocking material which I suspect masks the angry frustration of a young Glaswegian not much but 1 step removed from each of the characters.



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