'An exquisitely wayward work of art and outright comic masterpiece ... charming, chilling, sinister, surreal and utterly unforgettable.' The Scotsman
Graham Rawle is a writer and collage artist whose visual work incorporates illustration, design, photography and installation. His popular series, 'Lost Consonants' and 'Vowel Movements', appeared in the Guardian 'Weekend' magazine for many years. Among his published books are The Wonder Book of Fun, Lying Doggo, Diary of an Amateur Photographer, Woman's World and The Wizard of Oz. He lives in London. The Card is his latest book.
"'The most wildly original novel produced in this country in the past decade... a work of genius' Neel Mukherjee, The Times * 'An exquisitely wayward work of art and outright comic masterpiece... charming, chilling, sinister, surreal and utterly unforgettable' Scotsman * 'Dazzling' Alexander Masters, Evening Standard * 'Barmy but brilliant' Raymond Briggs * 'This book is astounding... William Burroughs let loose with dressmaker's scissors in the hyper-real landscape of an early sixties Ladybird book... Truly wonderful' Patrick McCabe"