MATTHEW ASPREY’s writing has appeared in the Los Angeles Review of Books, Senses of Cinema, PopMatters, Island, Extempore, Nth Degree, and Over My Dead Body! His novellas Red Hills of Africa (2009), Sonny’s Guerrillas (2011), Angelique in San Francisco (2012), and Lewis and Loeb (2013) are available as chapbooks, as is the story collection To Murder My Love Is A Crime!: Stories of Desperate Men (2011). In 2011 Matthew Asprey was awarded a PhD in Media Studies by Macquarie University in Sydney. He lectures in cinema and creative writing at the university and is at work on an academic study of Orson Welles.
on Feb. 08, 2012 :
I enjoyed these short stories – especially the first one, which is all about the wacky world of Hitchcock film memorabilia and has a great first person narrator. Matthew Asprey’s other ebooks – “Sonny’s Guerrillas” and “Red Hills of Africa” – are also well worth reading.
For a longer of review of the former, see:
(review of free book)