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Articles tagged “today elsewhere”

Today, Elsewhere

Eimear McBride’s A Girl Is a Half-formed Thing is the Monthly Book’s pick for this month. There’s a special purchase offer, plus Ramona Koval’s notes on the book and an interview with the author.

What getting an MFA in fiction meant to Alexander Chee.

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Today, Elsewhere

Listen to Marie Darrieussecq, author of All the Way and Tom Is Dead, on BBC Radio 4 (from 18:15).

‘I feared that taking medication to ease my anxiety and panic might destroy my urge or ability to create.’ On writing and mental illness.

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Today, Elsewhere

Bird is a startling debut. A poetic mediation on grief, it will have you reeling from the very first line.’ Crystal Chan is interviewed by Hypable about her debut novel, Bird.

In praise of fantasy: why escaping reality is good for kids.

Today, Elsewhere

‘A skilled translator must bring her own creativity to the mix, for she is creating a parallel imaginative work’: Antony Shugaar, translator of Davide Enia’s On Earth as It Is in Heaven, on the rules of translation.

How not to hate your (writer) friends.

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Today, Elsewhere

‘A beautifully observed contemplation of life’: Murray Bail’s The Voyage reviewed in the Guardian.

Do we really need negative book reviews?

Style Sheet: a conversation with my copy editor.

Today, Elsewhere

‘In fiction, the landscape is transforming.’ The Australian interviews David Vann, in town for the Perth Writers Festival.

You can also catch David in Melbourne at the Wheeler Centre on 26 February and 27 February, at Avid Reader in Brisbane on 27 February, and at Read more

Today, Elsewhere

7 questions for Raphaël Jerusalmy, author of Saving Mozart.

We’re all familiar with the idea of ‘binge-watching’ a TV show, but what about binge-reading?

The Writer’s Room: Douglas Coupland, Joyce Carol Oates and other writers photographed where they write.

Today, Elsewhere

Why writers are the worst procrastinators. Should that be best procrastinators?

We prefer to imagine our writers toiling away in solitude rather than suckling on the teat of an all-singing, all-dancing, round-the-clock personal administrator. Read more

Today, Elsewhere

Rabih Alameddine, author of An Unnecessary Woman, lists his six favourite books. An Unnecessary Woman will be available in bookshops from 23 February.

Tweeting while literary: Joyce Carol Oates, Stephen King and the dangers of being an author on Twitter.

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Today, Elsewhere

So good they reviewed it twice: Rebecca Mead’s The Road to Middlemarch: My Life with George Eliot is reviewed in the LA Review of Books by both Pamela Erens and Hannah Rosefield.

A literary agent on trendspotting and making something popular.

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