Category Archives: Clare Fisher

Smart, sharp and profound: ‘How the Light Gets In’ by Clare Fisher

There really is no excuse for how long it’s taken me to get round to writing about Fisher’s short story collection.  The delay is certainly not because of any doubt on my part that this book should be raved about and … Continue reading

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A lesson in positive thinking: ‘All the Good Things’ by Clare Fisher

I make no apologies for being mainly drawn to escapist comfort reading at the moment.  It has hampered my reviewing though, a real problem with most literary fiction is that it tends to depict sadness more than joy, despair more than hope.  It’s … Continue reading

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