Take a walk down Birmingham's main street, at the heart of England, and experience 400 years of historical fiction, fantasy, time travel, crime and comedy.
An unlikely threesome re-enact Jaws on the Brindley Place canals; a Polish immigrant escaping the 1980 Solidarity crackdown tries to find a new life; Parliamentarians battle with cavaliers in the Battle of Digbeth; an old man tries to solve a murder mystery from the 1970s; a secret paramilitary unit track down a monster that lives under the station; a WPC with superpowers fights crime in the Bull Ring; and the Peaky Blinders chase a victim on the day Buffalo Bill rides into town.
This collection of prose and poetry from Birmingham's collective of independent authors explores the beating heart of a city street across centuries of everyday history.
INCLUDES STORIES BY
Andy Conway, David Wake, T.K. Elliott, Miles Atkinson, AA Abbott, David Muir, Guy Etchells, Tony Cooper, Dawn Abigail, Andrew Sparke, Lee Benson, Nicky Tate and Martin Tracey.