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JUST DROPPED: Lydia Davis' Eagerly Awaited Can't and Won't

Booker Prize-winning author, Lydia Davis’ new collection of short stories, Can’t and Won’t, just came out today.

Davis is one of the most renown and amazing contemporary short story writers. 18 more words

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2014 Reading Challenge: Booker Winner month

I’m used to having dark thoughts about literary fiction. I read some of the last Booker Shortlist and enjoyed a few of the books, but hated the book that won ( 861 more words

Reading

The Man Booker Prizes and my idea

I have decided to create installations to celebrate typography and literature. To inform this idea I am basing this around ‘The Man Booker Prizes’. The aim is to celebrate type and literature and maybe pick titles of books what have won and use them to build the type or choose words related to the subjects of the books and create individual designs to promote them. 298 more words

Creative Practice

Submerged in Ian McEwan's Amsterdam

For the past two days I’ve been hunched over Ian Mcewan’s Amsterdam. The book is one of a kind, just shy of a hundred and fifty pages for the epub format. 493 more words

MailBox Monday

Hello! It’s my first time doing a reading blog, and I am so excited to get started. I hope to review most of the books that I have read this year, and hopefully reach my goal of at least reading 50 books. 270 more words

Fiction

Platinum Post, by Gordon Lawrie

(This story is, of course, dedicated to Emma.)

The journalist studied the elderly woman’s writing awards gathered during her long career. She pointed to an enormous trophy. 83 more words

Fiction