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    42 Fiction Writing Tips for Novelists - Brilliant!

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    Gabriel García Márquez has died, at eighty-seven. The Paris Review interviewed him in 1981

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    Paris Review - Art of Fiction No. 227, Lydia Davis

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    Raymond Chandler

    Italo Calvino, The Art of Fiction No. 130 Interviewed by William Weaver, Damien Pettigrew

    Can Reading Make You Happier? BY CERIDWEN DOVEY

    Margaret Atwood's new dystopian novwl - ... the publication of her upcoming novel, MaddAddam, the final installment of the postapocalyptic trilogy of “speculative fiction” that Atwood began with 2003’s Oryx & Crake and continued with 2009’s The Year of the Flood.

    Reading: The Struggle by Tim Parks

    Savage Breast - The New Yorker

    Never not repinning this

    Gravity’s Rainbow, Thomas Pynchon Pynchon’s masterpiece is widely heralded as one of the best American novels ever written, and one of the pillars of postmodern fiction. Complicated, very long, and mind-expanding, it’s a book for these times or any. #books #amreading

    random workings of a peculiar mind - mianoti: Book art by Ryuta Iida thanks a lot to... This is a great way to write the things that you are greatful for and then re-read them for a great moment in your life.

    Carson McCullers ♥ an American writer of novels, short stories, plays, essays, and poetry. Her first novel, "The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter," explores the spiritual isolation of misfits and outcasts of the U.S. South.

    Roald Dahl working "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory", "James and the Giant Peach", "Matilda", "The Witches"

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    George Bernard Shaw (c. 1890) #author #writer #novelist

    “"I love books, they're in my blood." - ·Bram Stoker's original notes for Dracula*”