Pick out your favourite tie and don your business socks for an all-staff meeting themed celebration of an extraordinary new talent! We are thrilled to launch Christina Neuwirth‘s astonishing debut Amphibian. Shortlisted for the 2016 Novella Award, Amphibian is set in an office that is slowly being flooded with water following a management directive - a biting, brilliant satire of today’s dire office culture.
“Amphibian is a wryly poignant parable, surreal and tender, with a wit drier than…well, you’ll see. Sweetly realised details give teasing life to a story of daily routine, self-doubt, small rebellions, and sometimes just missing the bigger picture.”
– Rachel McCrum
About Christina Neuwirth
Christina Neuwirth is a writer and researcher based in Edinburgh. Her short fiction has been published in Gutter and 404 Ink, and her non-fiction can be found on CommonSpace, The Dangerous Women Project, and most recently in Nasty Women (404 Ink) and Marbles Mag (Issue 1). She is one of Queer Words Project Scotland’s five 2018 Emerging Writers. Christina is currently working on a novel and pursuing a PhD at the University of Stirling, University of Glasgow and Scottish Book Trust, researching gender equality in writing and publishing in Scotland. Amphibian is her first solo publication.