William Barrett comes to the world of literature with little to recommend him other than a remarkably high sperm count and a collection of award-winning miniature Uzbek donkeys. His stories are often bewildering and always pointless. He cites as his influences Franz Kafka, Vincent Van Gogh and the original lineup of The Sugababes. William’s great-grandfather, John Barrett (1878-1941), invented trees.
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