Interview: Sukhdev Sandhu

The Borribles or James Herbert’s The Rats tell you more about London in the 1970s than anything by, say, Doris Lessing… London is a place of radical discontinuities — wealth and poverty, high and low art, heritage and Olympic Stadium-sized transformation. It lends itself to avant-pulpists — writers who straddle apparently contradictory styles and genres.”

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