And the Days Grow Shorter
|© 2000 James Meek
"And the Days grow Shorter" appears in the collection The Museum of Doubt published by Rebel Inc/Canongate Books, Scotland., 2000. This electronic version is published by The Barcelona Review by kind arrangement with the publisher. Book ordering available through www.canongate.net or Amazon.co.uk
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James Meek was born in London in 1962 and grew up in Dundee. He has published two novels, McFarlane Boils the Sea and Drivetime, and a collection of short stories, Last Orders. He contributed to the acclaimed Rebel Inc anthologies, Children of Albion Rovers and Rovers Return. He has worked as a newspaper reporter since 1985. During the 1990s he lived in Ukraine and Russia. He now lives in London, where he writes for The Guardian.
|navigation: barcelona review #19 july - august 2000|
|Fiction||James Meek: These Lovers
James Meek: And the Days Grow Shorter
Lynn Coady: Jesus Christ, Murdeena
David Ewen: God's Breath
Patricia Anthony: Owl Says
Abel Diaz: Comfortable
|Essay||Barbara F. Lefcowitz: Rope, Pockets, The Bidet|
|Interview||Patricia Anthony: Worlds at War|
|Article||July and August in Barcelona|
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