The collection Simon Says is a series of short stories set in the 90s, when Thatcher's kids got loved up on Ecstasy and rebelled. Simon lives in a Middle Class world you will not read about in the Daily Mail, this is the world of drugs, paranoia and Murder. More
Simon is a normal guy. He grew up in a small town in the heart of Middle England. He has a loving mother and a loving father. A better than average student, he was popular with his peers and his teachers. Simon travelled and, like many middle-class kids, maybe he took too many drugs, but that wasn't too unusual. Simon was no different to many kids who grew up in Middle England in the 80s and 90s. Oh, and one other thing, Simon likes to kill people, Simon really likes killing people.
This is the postmodern world of the 1990s, when Thatcher's kids got loved on Ecstasy and rebelled. This is the middle-class world you won't read about in the Daily Mail. This is the world of drugs, paranoia and murder
Andrew Hiscock lives in Adelaide, Australia. He grew up in a small town in England, and studied performance writing at Dartington College of Arts. He has been writing short stories and poems since his early teens