Craig Wallwork is the author of the novels, Bad People, and The Sound of Loneliness, as well as the short story collections, Quintessence of Dust, and Gory Hole. His stories have been nominated three times for the Pushcart Prize, many of which feature in various anthologies and magazines both in the U.K. and U.S. He currently lives in England.

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What People Say

Craig Wallwork has a strong and steady voice, well deserving your time and attention.

Dan Fante, author of Chump Change

Craig Wallwork’s The Sound of Loneliness has a few things in common with the agonized work of Thomas Bernhard, where the pain of ailment sometimes crosses the threshold of pleasure, and the reader is revolted and riveted at the same time. I enjoyed my time in Wallwork’s pages.

Kyle Minor, author of In the Devil’s Territory

Tune your ear to Craig Wallwork’s prose and you’ll soon make a fascinating discovery: he’s really funny. And he’s a damned fine writer.

Mark SaFranko, author of Lounge Lizard

If Etgar Keret had grown up in northern England instead of Israel, he might’ve turned out to be Craig Wallwork, but Wallwork hits harder and more often, both with the humor and insight.

Lit Pub

Craig Wallwork’s writing is adventurous and comical, and joyfully anarchic. His work is always compelling and exciting to read.

3AM Magazine.

Like a Grindhouse version of Grimm’s Fairy Tales, Wallwork’s fiction is smart, innovative, and a hell of a lot of fun.

Carlton Mellick III

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