Tag: Riccardo Mori

Book review and interview: Minigrooves by Riccardo Mori

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  This article was originally published on pinnacleeditorial.co.uk. Since I have merged that domain with alexroddie.com, I am gradually republishing significant articles from the Pinnacle Blog.  

In 2014, I reviewed an innovative serialised novel called Low Fidelity. In my review I concluded that ‘The overall result is startlingly immediate, rhythmic prose that plunges the reader directly into the story without hand-holding or unnecessary decoration.’ Today I’d like to introduce you to another book that fits this description: Minigrooves Volume 1an anthology of short stories.

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Book review and interview: Low Fidelity by Riccardo Mori

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 This article was originally published on pinnacleeditorial.co.uk. Since I have merged that domain with alexroddie.com, I am gradually republishing significant articles from the Pinnacle Blog. 

In this post I’d like to introduce my readers to an innovative and talented author. Riccardo Mori runs the blogs Morrick.me (commentary on culture, technology and photography) and System Folder (for vintage Macintosh enthusiasts). Both sites are excellent, but in this post I’d like to talk about his serialised novel, Low Fidelity.

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