Prose, paperback, 164 pages, from Dostoyevsky Wannabe.
"Bringing together Northern Soul and laboratory Cytology for the first time, Richard Brammer's Girl at End is UK literary subculture at its best."
Obscure soul records and obscure pap smear specimens. Fluid, fluidity and inflammation at 45 revolutions per minute.
Whatever happened to Vicki Starr?
Richard Brammer was born in 1975 and he lives in Manchester, UK. He is co-founder of Dostoyevsky Wannabe and Swimmers Club and is the author of a number of books of words that don't go to the end of the line. This is his first proper attempt at words that go all the way to the end of the page.