As Ranylt Richildis comments, MEMORY CLINIC showcases “a sense of multiple symbolic depths”. The collection of short fiction captures myriad aspects of the twentieth century from various perspectives.
Steven Earnshaw’s fiction has previously appeared in THE WARWICK REVIEW, THE WRONG QUARTERLY, LACKINGTON’S MAGAZINE and TEARS IN THE FENCE. Other publications include THE PUB IN LITERATURE, EXISTENTIALISM: A GUIDE FOR THE PERPLEXED, BEGINNING REALISM, THE DIRECTION OF LITERARY THEORY, and THE HANDBOOK OF CREATIVE WRITING (editor). He is Professor of English Literature at Sheffield Hallam University, is currently researching a book entitled THE EXISTENTIAL DRINKER, and lives in Sheffield.