Short Story Review: Open Mike Night by Robert Perry

Story Title: ‘Open Mike Night’ by Robert Perry.
Collection/Anthology?: Bristol Short Story Prize Anthology 4 (Bristol Review of Books)
Briefly: It’s open mike night and Mike gets the opportunity to openly declare his love for the beautiful Amander.
Afterthoughts: Weighing in at a lowly two pages this is undoubtedly the shortest story in the anthology, but as short as it is, it’s playfully entertaining. Norfolk-born Perry clearly has a vibrant sense of humour and a unique zing to his prose, which makes Open Mike Night original and enjoyably frolicsome.

Rating: ★★★½☆

This story was read as part of a review of the Bristol Review of Books Anthology 4. If you want to find out more about this collection then I invite you to pop along to my forethoughts post for this title. I also encourage you to make a trip over to the publisher page for this title.

About Rob

Rob, a self-confessed bibliophile, is without any hope of rehabilitation. He gets unnaturally excited over anything book-shaped, and if book sniffing were a crime then he would have been locked up years ago (which wouldn't bother him in the slightest provided his cell was lined with books).