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Articles tagged “today elsewhere”

Today, Elsewhere

‘A delightful take on what it means to be family’: Craig Sherborne’s Tree Palace reviewed on the Hoopla.

‘Write what you know'—helpful advice or idle cliché?

Nobody tells you, “This is how to edit. Follow these steps.” A Read more

Today, Elsewhere

‘Fiction that matches the complexity of history’: Rabih Alameddine’s An Unnecessary Woman in the New York Review of Books.

Your book sucks: are authors being bullied by one-star Amazon reviews?

The neurological similarities between successful writers and the mentally ill.

Today, Elsewhere

‘Brutal and touching detail’: The Lost Child reviewed in the Guardian.

Why the first line of a novel is more important than ever.

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Lloyd Jones’s memoir, A History of Silence, is ‘a knockout…one of the bravest and best-written memoirs I have read’, says Nicholas Shakespeare in his five-star review in the Telegraph.

When lit becomes a science: culturomics and results-based reading.

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Darrell Pitt on writing The Firebird Mystery: A Jack Mason Adventure, over at Readings.

New words added to the Oxford English Dictionary in March include beatboxer, bestie and c**ted.

Emrys Westacott: Why Amazon reminds me of the British Empire.

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Eleanor Learmonth and Jenny Tabakoff, authors of No Mercy : True Stories of Disaster, Survival and Brutality, in the Independent on our dark and bloody history of disaster.

‘Try to break them, every single one’: on the rules of writing.

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‘If you had to argue for the merits of one Australian book, one piece of writing, what would it be?’ The case for Henry Handel Richardson’s The Getting of Wisdom.

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Listen to David Vann, author of A Mile Down, talk about seafaring adventures on ABC Conversations with Richard Fidler.

‘Write characters who are both “very small and very tenacious; at once very frail and very heroic.”’ Read more

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‘McCourt’s writing is assured and sinuous’: Belle Place reviews Suzanne McCourt’s The Lost Child for Readings.

10 common blog-writing mistakes: an infographic.

Is a writer obliged to present the world in a positive way—Read more

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If you liked The Big Bang Theory, then you’ll love The Rosie Project! The Huffington Post offers 10 book recommendations based on your favourite TV shows. (Tip: you’ll love The Rosie Project, whatever your feelings about The Big Bang Theory.


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