There’s a review of THE SYLLABUS OF ERRORS written by short story writer ALAN BEARD on GOODREADS.

“Besides fascism and inanity there’s also much emphasis on screen/film – one story is a screenplay where the majority of the story is in Nabokovian footnotes about the leading lady’s betrayal; another centres on a buffed-up-for-a-part leading man’s existential angst as he deserts his girlfriend and gets beaten by a street gang. Violence or rage is everywhere, actual, implied. Troops or mobs. The stories are also funny in their ranting and sharp enough to cut.”

The Syllabus of Errors.

The Syllabus of Errors.

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