Books by Janice Galloway

CLARA by Janice Galloway
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 1, 2003

"Still, the sound of Great Personalities clashing makes a rollicking good read."
Scottish novelist and storywriter Galloway (Where You Find It, 2002, etc.) brings us the life and work of Clara Schumann in an impassioned fictional biography. Read full book review >
WHERE YOU FIND IT by Janice Galloway
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 14, 2002

"Accomplished, yet emotionally arid writing: cold comfort for those who believe love conquers all."
Twenty stories, some mere fragments, describe with clinical detachment the gnawing disappointments and blighted realities of most loves. Read full book review >
FOREIGN PARTS by Janice Galloway
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 27, 1995

"A Thelma and Louise without the guns, the adventure, or even the convertible."
From the much-praised Scottish author Galloway (The Trick Is to Keep Breathing, 1994, etc.), an intermittently amusing warts- and-all story of two unmarried Scotswomen on a dreary French holiday, told in brittle flakes of self-consciously modern writing. Read full book review >
THE TRICK IS TO KEEP BREATHING by Janice Galloway
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 15, 1994

"A woman with more problems than you, dreadfully well done."
A superbly rendered first-person narrative about a depressed woman who may or may not be getting better, this novel was first published in Scotland and shortlisted for the Whitbread First Novel Award. Read full book review >
BLOOD by Janice Galloway
Released: Nov. 1, 1991

"An interesting but uneven debut."
A story collection from Scottish writer Galloway—reflecting a typically bleak late-20th-century British landscape and informing ethos—makes its American debut. Read full book review >