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Articles tagged “today elsewhere”

Today, Elsewhere
Academy StreetMary Costello$27.99

'She has a gift for relating even life's most calamitous events in matter-of-fact prose, and in doing so laying bare their true devastation.' Mary Costello's Academy Street reviewed in the Financial Times.

Today, Elsewhere
The DelinquentsCriena Rohan$12.95

'Text has done Australian readers a service putting Rohan's book back in print.' The Sydney Morning Herald on Criena Rohan's The Delinquents, now a Text Classic.

Writers on the best advice they ever received.

Literary resolutions.

Today, Elsewhere
Academy StreetMary Costello$27.99

Mary Costello's Academy Street has won Book of the Year in the Irish Book Awards! Listen to an interview with Mary on ABC Radio National's Books and Arts Daily.

'Like pushing an elephant into a Volkswagen': Read more

Today, Elsewhere
The Long Green ShoreJohn Hepworth$12.95

'This novel is a masterpiece of war fiction.' Text Classic The Long Green Shore reviewed in Publishers Weekly.

Who digitises the books?

'Productive writers reject the notion of "writer’s block" the way others shun gluten.' Read more

Today, Elsewhere
Francis PlugPaul Ewen$29.99

'I have a bottle of Scotch in my bag. Would you care for some?' Francis Plug, star of Paul Ewen's How to Be a Public Author, offers advice on how to talk to famous authors.

The state of ebooks—now in handy infographic form.

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Today, Elsewhere
A-Z of Convicts in Van Diemen’s LandSimon Barnard$49.95

Simon Barnard's second career choice seems strange, but I suppose shouldn't be so surprising, given his choice of book subject.

An argument for finishing every book you start.

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Today, Elsewhere
Francis PlugPaul Ewen$29.99

'Francis Plug is the funniest book I've read in ages': Paul Ewen's novel Francis Plug: How to Be a Public Author reviewed in The Sunday Times.

What separates the books we talk about from those we don't talk about?

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Today, Elsewhere
In Certain CirclesElizabeth Harrower$22.99

'Ms Harrower is one of the great Australian writers of the postwar era...Much like her chilling 1966 novel, The Watch Tower, [In Certain Circles] is a stark, uncompromising drama of marital imprisonment and psychological manipulation.

Today, Elsewhere
A Girl Is a Half-formed ThingEimear McBride$22.99

This list of ten experimental novels everyone should read leads with Eimear McBride's A Girl Is a Half-formed Thing.

What are your 'signature words'?

Writing tips on how to imitate your favourite writers in a thoughtful way.

Today, Elsewhere
The Snow KimonoMark Henshaw$0.00

'I wanted to show that we are inextricably linked in terms of our human experience with people we don't even know.' Mark Henshaw, author of The Snow Kimono, is interviewed by Susan Wyndham in the Sydney Morning Herald.

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