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Articles tagged “today elsewhere”

Today, Elsewhere

Listen to Marie Darrieussecq read from her novel All the Way and discuss her work on the Guardian books podcast (from around 9:00).

Which books from your past do you read now with ambivalence?

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Today, Elsewhere

Alex As Well is an awesome—and welcome—addition to LGBTQ YA featuring intersex characters.’ Alyssa Brugman’s novel reviewed at Once Upon a Bookcase.

Rewriting the history of FSG: Why is Farrar mostly left out of the Farrar, Straus and Giroux story?

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Today, Elsewhere

The case for Henry Handel Richardson’s The Fortunes of Richard Mahony as one of the great Australian novels.

Related: can a single book sum up a nation?

A day in the life of the Iowa Writers' Workshop.

Today, Elsewhere

‘Her brilliance isn’t limited to her mechanics, her finesse or her creativity as a writer, but it’s her willingness to continually address the psychological machinations of women who have very unfeminine feelings.’ Why Elena Ferrante’s The Story of a New Name should win the Read more

Today, Elsewhere

Would you throw someone out of a lifeboat to save yourself? Eleanor Learmonth and Jenny Tabakoff’s No Mercy: True Stories of Disaster, Survival and Brutality poses the ultimate moral dilemma.

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Today, Elsewhere

‘Beneath the shiny surface of each sits both an abrasive wit and insightful reflection of human nature’: Nikki Lusk pairs Madeleine St John’s The Women in Black with Belle and Sebastian’s Dear Catastrophe Waitress.

Don’t blame millennials for new-adult fiction.

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Today, Elsewhere

‘Sherborne had me at chapter one. Yes this comes down to the writing, which is, quite simply, sublime, but it goes further than that…This is timeless, universal storytelling that is nonetheless quintessentially Australian.’ Craig Sherborne’s new novel, Tree Palace, reviewed at Read more

Today, Elsewhere

‘She was my mask, my elsewhere, my alibi.’ Jay Griffiths on Frida Kahlo and what inspired her to write A Love Letter From a Stray Moon.

Isn’t everyone in a book club?

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Today, Elsewhere

Geoff Dyer on robust health, moving to California and having a stroke, anyway.

What happens in a book auction?

N+1 continues their investigation into Amazon.

Today, Elsewhere

‘An immensely satisfying book, one that rewards slow and careful reading, it confirms his status as a writer of the highest caliber’: Murray Bail’s The Voyage reviewed in the New York Times.

Book editors do actually edit books, despite what you may have heard.

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