I read Acid Casuals when it first came out. Don't recall much specific about it other than that it was over the top and set in rave culture, but I do remember enjoying it. Same goes for the follow up, Jello Salad. I picked up his next two, Manchester Slingback and Dope Priest, but never got around to reading them. He was later a founder of the "New Puritans" movement, the name of the short story anthology that introduced them, sort of a literary heir to Dogme 95. I seem to remember bringing him up here before, a long time ago when he would have been far fresher in my mind, so you may want to check the archives.
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