EVERY FOX IS A RABID FOX
Robert didn't mean to kill his brother.
Now he's stuck between grief and guilt with only ex-girlfriend willow and the ghost of his dead twin sister for company.
Terrified of doing more harm, Robert's hysteria and anxiety grow while Willow and his sister's ghost fight over him: one trying to save him, the other digging his grave.
"Gallon writes with such disregard for the rules that his writing comes across both shockingly vibrant, ground breaking and brutal all at the same time. Harry Gallon is a name you need to remember and a voice you wont forget."
Ross Jeffery, Storgy
"There is dark, biting humour in this novel but it is also desperately, heartbreakingly sad and you can’t help but feel for everyone caught up in the mess."
Jane Wright, Litro
"Gallon's writing is lucid and mordantly funny. I loved this book."
Claire Fuller, author of Our Endless Numbered Days
"Beautifully executed tale of innocence, tragedy, and the family traumas we fail to leave behind."
Fernando Sdrigotti, author of Dysfunctional Males
Published by Dead Ink Books, Liverpool, 2017
Made possible with the generous support of The Society of Authors and the K Blundell Trust Award
THE SHAPES OF
'Something strange is happening to the lovelorn, scared young people of London.
They’re unhappy, I know it. And they’re under the dogs’ control.'
The Shapes of Dogs’ Eyes explores love, homelessness, and a restless sense of uncertainty in a modern London as brittle and unmoored, as familiar and as chimerical, as the characters that move through it.
"Gallon’s at his best when he writes about people and places and things. The Shapes of Dogs’ Eyes succeeds when there is no pretence, just descriptions of life as lived. Gallon is a keen observer and expert chronicler."
Scott Manley Hadley, Open Pen
Published by Dead Ink Books, Liverpool, 2015