Recent Publications

The Museum at the End of the World Reviewed in the National Post

From the review:

Metcalf’s humour follows the tradition of Wodehouse, Waugh and Amis (Kingsley, not Martin), though the comedy and farce are something of a mixed bag; some of the events Metcalf lampoons — an overwrought ceremony honouring a Canadian poet in Lives of Poets and a cultural boat cruise in the eponymous final story – are pretty soft targets. Similarly, a riff on acronyms (what an awful lot of them there are!) and a bit on easily misunderstood foreign place names aren’t exactly on the cutting edge of comedy

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