List of reviews for Mark McWatt
To see any of reviews listed below, click on the underlined link on the review title.
Jeremy Taylor The shadows of the past The Caribbean Review of Books
Jeremy Taylor on Suspended Sentences, by Mark McWatt; In Remembrance of Her, by Denise Harris; There’s No Place Like . . ., by Tessa McWatt; and The Godmother and Other Stories, by Jan Lowe Shinebourne
C.D. Valere Lessons in Crafting Fiction: Mark McWatt's Suspended Sentences: Fictions of Atonement Signifyin Guyana
detailed, story by story review from an interesting blog
Tajinder Singh Hayer Suspended Sentences, Mark McWatt The Yorkshire Word
Short note outlining the book on the Word's recommended books page.
Jan Lowe Shinebourne Review of Mark McWatt’s Suspended Sentences Wasafiri
Shinebourne describes the 'Afternoons without Tears' and 'The Bats of Love' to be the most influential stories of McWatt's collection. She describes the narratives as 'intimate glimpses' of Georgetown, written in a 'particularly Guyanese way'.
Lisa R. Brown Suspended Sentences Journal of West Indian Literature