- The Times takes a look at Faber’s history, as the publisher celebrates its 80th birthdayhttp://bit.ly/TrXZa #
- The telegraph turns great literature into tweetshttp://bit.ly/13tw5a #
- Ruth Padel is the first female Oxford professor of poetryhttp://bit.ly/BDtZl #
- Trailer for Art Spiegelman new book ‘Be a nose’a rare glimpse at the secret scribblings of an American original.http://bit.ly/6WgLC #
- People’s Choice Award goes to Steve Toltz http://tinyurl.com/c37lj5 RT @PenguinBooksAus #
- Jon Ronson spoke to TMO about his #wossybookclub recommended ‘men who stare at goats’
- Just got a copy of Peter Murphy’s John the Revelator. Great rhythm from the outset. #
- William Gibson on twitter @greatdismalhttp://bit.ly/eeVMK #
- Hope Shell is more careful with its pipeline construction than it is with its apostrophe usage: http://bit.ly/SFVFE RT @harmlessfraud #
- Sounds like Bill Bryson’s new book is a must for fans of @harmlessfraud
- In a world of declining newspapers, is there any future for the newspaper novel?
- The Millions reports on Murukami’s soon to be published (in japanese) new novel 1Q84
- Good Guardian overview on contemporary fiction by American women: http://bit.ly/u6tCI RT @ericdolphy #
- David Peace was interviewed on The Tubridy Show this morning. Audio here: http://bit.ly/dpeace RT @sineadgleeson #
- Anne Enright’s diary for 2008, on LBR, is full of hotels and bankers. She cries at altitude, sometimes.http://bit.ly/Oo51l #
- Overshadowed by Joyce, Beckett, and Flann O’Brien perhaps, but Mervyn Wall is well worth a read
- How Ursula K Le Guin led a generation away from realism
- hmmm. The Canterbury Tales re-told for our times by Peter Ackroyd: Banter, Booze and Bawdiness
- Reading and publishing in Print’s late age: an interview with Ted Striphas
- Clout of Africa – Bookforum asks if we’re in the midst of an African literary renaissance?
- we don’t usually do #followfriday but what the hell: @seanjcostello @harmlessfraud @three_monkeys @ron_charles and novelist @mj_hyland #
- oops make that #followfriday @roncharles #
- top 100 people in publishing by @TheBookseller: http://tinyurl.com/qcvwjx How many are on twitter?
RT @seanjcostello #
- Good piece in the nation on Milan Kundera – The Kundera Conundrum: Kundera, Respekt and Contempt
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