“Getting Marry” by Shakirah Bourne
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Barbadian writer Shakira Bourne - species in short fiction addressing moral themes.
Marrying the Sun by Rachel Swirsky
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Ambling Along the Aqueduct: The Pleasures of Reading, Viewing, and Listening in 2013, pt.2: Rachel Swirsky
The Pleasures of Reading, Viewing, and Listening in 2012, pt.16: Rachel Swirsky
What You Pawn I Will Redeem, by Sherman Alexie
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Award-winning Native American author Sherman Alexie (Spokane/Coeur d'Alene) has been chosen for the 2013 Everybody Reads Program. Everybody Reads "celebrates the power of books in creating a stronger community."
I adore Sherman Alexie
Winter Break by Hilary Mantel
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Hilary Mantel is a British novelist and author best known for her two Booker-Prize-winning novels of historical fiction, Wolf Hall (2009) and Bring Up the Bodies (2012). Much admired for her mastery of multiple genres, her output has taken in Tudor Britain, eighteenth-century France and present-day Saudi Arabia. Mantel is also a noted journalist
Hilary Mantel's 10 Rules for Writing Fiction. Given she's won two Booker Prizes, I think her rules are worth reading!
British novelist Hilary Mantel. Her ninth and 10th novels, Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies, made her the first woman to win two Booker prizes. Her fictionalised life of Thomas Cromwell and the court of Henry VIII crackles with the intrigue of politics.
In 2010, inspired to Elmore Leonard’s Ten Rules of Writing, The Guardian asked some of the world’s most respected writers to share their best tips. Here’s how Hilary Mantel, the first British author to win the Man Booker Prize twice, responded to the task. Are you serious about this? Then get an accountant. Read Becoming a Writer, …
Hilary Mantel's Ten Rules for Writing Fiction - don't be put off by the title, there's some very good, and encouraging, insight here.
British novelist Hilary Mantel shot to critical and popular stardom with her ninth and 10th novels, Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies, which made her the first woman to win two Booker prizes. Her fictionalised life of Thomas Cromwell and the court of Henry VIII crackles with the intrigue of politics and intimate details of character and conversation. Despite chronic illness, she has reinvented historical fiction and assured women that intelligence is beauty and middle-age can be a new beginning.
Hilary Mantel’s Ten Rules for Writing Fiction - via aerogrammestudio.com
Hilary Mantel’s Ten Rules for Writing Fiction / Mar 20 '13
Hilary Mantel’s Ten Rules for Writing Fiction
The Night Walk Men by Jason McIntyre (featuring Author Q + A)