Wonderwall (Route 16) was first published in 2005, at a time of an uncontrolled push to global citizenship, this collection of stories looked much closer to home.

‘Some of the best stories I have ever read.’ – BBCi

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ISBN: 978-1901927245
Editor/s: Ian Daley, Anthony Cropper

Cover Price: £8.99 Web £6.99

The Wonderwall is a spy hole into the world of other people. Meet Bradley, with his pointy shoes and his cloak; witness what transpires with Vernon, the pools-win baby; find out which coffee-shop serves the best scrambled eggs in Antarctica; see George measure his life in terms of how many biscuits he might eat; travel to the beach of the cocco-bella man. A baker’s dozen of wondrous stories that point a finger to the magic that exists within our day-to-day lives, and to the people who matter most, those close at hand.

Wonderwall (Route 16) is a title in the Route series of contemporary stories.


Michael Nath - Significant to Bradley

Short story by Michael Nath. Bradley cloaks his life in mystery and is highly sensitive to his own significance. This delightful character's eccentric behaviour is met with varying degrees of tolerance and appreciation from his colleagues. From Wonderwall. Read by the author.

  • Significant to Bradley (18:58)

Sarah Butler - Rainbows Seen From The Air Are Complete Circles

Short Story. When an older man steals a cinnabar button off a vulnerable young singer’s coat, a strange, ephemeral alliance is formed. She follows him down Kentish Town Road to a house filled with colour and the possibility of change. From Wonderwall. Read by the author.

  • Rainbows Seen From the Air (20:59)
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