I’ve been a devotee of Martin Amis ever since I started to properly appreciate fiction. Not the man himself, you understand, who is clearly a pompous tosser of the highest order. But when it comes to show-boating, grand-standing prose that leaves me literally bewildered with admiration, there’s simply no-one else on the playing field.
James Smyth currently works in the City, doing a job so shamefully unBohemian it hardly seems appropriate to mention it here. He’s been writing for years, specialising mainly in unfinished short fiction and barely begun novels. Once he almost had a story published.
Stories Written: "Listening to Reason" (read by Martin Lamb), "The Honourable Thing" (read by Jaz Deol), "Dial A For Action" (read by Max Berendt), "Let There Be Light" (read by David Mildon), "Telling It Like It Is" (read by Steve Wedd).