'All of the stories in this collection exude the unique imagination, social commitment and beautifully clear, concise prose of this singular writer' Irish Times
From the legendary Scottish author of Poor Things and Landmark, this is a dazzlingly satirical collection of stories that describe painful kinds of education, starting with the title story in which an uninhibited woman educates a prim Scottish lecturer.
'One of the brightest intellectual and creative lights Scotland has known in modern times' NICOLA STURGEON
'Gray is a true original, a twentieth century William Blake' OBSERVER
'One of the most gifted writers to have put pen to paper in the English language' IRVINE WELSH