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Articles tagged “today elsewhere”

Today, Elsewhere

Watch Graeme Simsion, author of The Rosie Project, on ABC TV’s The Business, discussing the business of writing (from 19.40).

Literary confessions: what books have you not read?

The economics of book festivals.

Today, Elsewhere

‘His command of extravagant action and idiom never flags.’ Peter Pierce on Chris Flynn’s new novel, The Glass Kingdom, in the Australian.

This Atlantic piece will give you some useful background information on the Hachette/Amazon tussle.

Today, Elsewhere

Watch Graeme Simsion, author of The Rosie Project, discuss his wins at the ABIA awards, the sequel to his international bestseller and the plans for the movie on ABC News Breakfast.

Why the short story is the perfect literary form for the 21st century.

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Today, Elsewhere

A lovely manicure (and review!) to celebrate the release of last year’s Text Prize winner, Diana Sweeney’s The Minnow.

‘What I knew of the predatory, proto-monopolistic practices of Amazon caused concern.

Today, Elsewhere

‘This combination of extravagant talent, extreme subject matter, emotional intensity, and a radical and difficult style has led McBride to be generally regarded, since the publication of her novel, as the literary love child of two writers she is eager to acknowledge as

Today, Elsewhere

Chris Flynn’s second novel, The Glass Kingdom, is Book of the Month at Readings for June. Reviewing The Glass Kingdom for Readings, Alan Vaarwerk says, ‘Chris Flynn has a real flair for language…Smart and wryly funny, Read more

Today, Elsewhere

Tree Palace intelligently muses on the nature of human connections, to place and one another.’ Peter Pierce reviews Craig Sherborne’s new novel in the Sydney Morning Herald.

Today, Elsewhere

The case for Gerald Murnane’s The Plains as the great Australian novel.

‘Don’t ever do it for the money’: a conversation with a literary agent.

In praise of the ‘bad girls’ of YA fiction.

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‘Sian Prior’s beautiful and confessional memoir, Shy, starts with her dismantling a bedroom mirror and removing it from her sight—not for the truth it tells, but the illusion it feeds.’ Sian Prior is profiled in the Sydney Morning Herald. Read more

Today, Elsewhere

I’m not interested in irony and I’m not interested in clever. I’m interested in trying to dig out parts of human life that cannot be expressed in a straightforward way, that don’t fit neatly into the vocabulary and grammar that are available.


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