The short-short fiction of James Wall is at its heart thoroughly cynical, yet possesses a wisdom and sensitivity that lifts it above the madness of its genre. Showing no mercy for the human race, these stories nonetheless show great sympathy, expounding with precision on the nature of the human condition.
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James's works here at Unlikely Stories are:
Black Sun in a White World
Goddamn You! Zygotic Mt. Mogwai