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Articles tagged “today elsewhere”

Today, Elsewhere
Silence Once BegunJesse Ball$29.99

'Saying almost anything as well as you can say it, or doing anything properly and with your whole being, is a political act.' Jesse Ball, author of Silence Once Begun, interviewed for the Paris Review blog.

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The Snow KimonoMark Henshaw$0.00

'Gripping...Like a Japanese puzzle, prized for their infinite solutions and depth of revelation, each chapter builds on the one before, unfolding through levels of story to unpack deeper and deeper truths...

Today, Elsewhere
Game ChangerPaul McNamee$32.99

'Good on ya, Macca!': Paul McNamee's Game Changer reviewed in the New York Journal of Books.

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‘This book is no polemic: it’s a gripping and visceral tale.’ Mark Rubbo, Managing Director of Readings, on Sophie Cunningham’s Warning: The Story of Cyclone Tracy.

How fiction gets the publishing industry laughably wrong.

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‘For fans of thrillers such as Gone Girl, this should be the summer’s essential reading’: Anita Sethi in the Guardian on Herman Koch’s new novel, Summer House with Swimming Pool.

What writing and running have in common.

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‘The most fun I’ve had in a long time’: Chris Somerville at Readings on reading Nic Low’s debut, Arms Race (out today!).

Why are writers opening up about money (or the lack thereof)?

Javier Marias: ‘There are seven reasons not to write novels (and one to write them).

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Watch a great video of Clare Wright reading from and discussing her Stella Prize–winning book, The Forgotten Rebels of Eureka.

Speedreading? Pah.

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‘Exhilarating fiction from a voice to watch’: Eimear McBride’s A Girl Is a Half-formed Thing reviewed in Kirkus Reviews.

7 things writers can learn from stand-up comedians.

10 things that make an editor stop reading your manuscript.

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Listen to Damien Echols talk about his new book, Yours for Eternity: A Love Story on Death Row, co-written with wife Lorri Davis, on Fox FM.

What are the last literary taboos?

The best advice my editor ever gave me.

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‘Satirical but sweet at the same time, it’s a dazzling debut.’ The Daily Mail recommends Marianne Kavanagh’s For Once in My Life.

Writing tips from the CIA’s style manual.

Writers and e-remorse.


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