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Going Postal in The Underground: Lowboy

Thursday, January 26th, 2012

I have always had a morbid attraction to psychologically unstable characters- a penchant which I guess says more about me than the author/character in question, however, I can’t help wondering what it is that keeps us interested in the insane. It’s probably the mystery or the idea that there must be a kind of cipher […]

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Sunday, September 18th, 2011

Per Petterson and the notion of contemporary existentialism – http://t.co/vql31bV # A.L Kennedy )@writerer) on inspiration http://t.co/kLNOR9c # On reading the opening of Peter Handke's The Goalie’s Anxiety at the Penalty Kick http://t.co/dx3XbW2 # great article on the success of one of our favourite publishing houses -@EuropaEditions http://t.co/M3PwyHi # RT @boduweb how the crowd is […]

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Sunday, August 21st, 2011

Great (audio) interview with John Banville/Benjamin Black – http://t.co/CnLxO2d # the novel is one of Europe’s greatest gifts… America and Africa gave the world jazz. We’ll call it even. http://t.co/YVD2ZVm # "E-books do involve lower costs, but only in manufacturing and distribution" – Jamie Byng interviewed by GQ http://t.co/jybH0kp # Here's what I hate about […]

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Sunday, November 14th, 2010

RT @LaurenElkin everyone's saying the Goncourt is in the bag for Houellebecq… we'll find out today at 13h! http://bit.ly/cOPCaG # Powered by Twitter Tools.

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Sunday, November 7th, 2010

The Lady Chatterley's Lover obscenity case – http://bit.ly/jrMmH # Harry Mulisch, the Dutch novelist, has died http://nyti.ms/ag9G9r # RT @groveatlantic Congratulations to Sofi Oksanen! The PURGE author won the prestigious French Prix Femina award! http://bit.ly/drBHtL # Re: Sofi Oksanen's The Purge – looks very interesting http://bit.ly/d2m8Ge # Paul Auster interviewed over at the official Chuck […]

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Sunday, October 24th, 2010

RT @books2pack You eat like four millstones! — The truth behind Camilleri's clichés http://bit.ly/cZvkwq # just got a copy of Roll Away the Reel World, James Joyce and Cinema – looks great! http://bit.ly/9uw8zd # Powered by Twitter Tools.

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Sunday, October 17th, 2010

'Writing is what I am' – interview with booker shortlisted Damon Galgut http://bit.ly/dlzfAG # james wood on Emma Donoghue's booker shortlisted 'Room' – http://bit.ly/cYZ5B6 # logic is that the novel can lure Americans away from their media and entertainment buffet only by becoming more social http://bit.ly/aN5Jh4 # RT @samjordison Not the Booker prize: and the […]

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Sunday, October 3rd, 2010

is gangsta rap basically Anglo-Saxon heroic poetry, only with phat beatz instead of fat Geats? http://bit.ly/aHbUPS # RT @john_self "Every year, 70 readers die and two are replaced. The novel has no audience." – Philip Roth # Are Dublin's literary connections just accidents of birth? http://bit.ly/9EmfxR # Powered by Twitter Tools.

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Sunday, September 5th, 2010

Brand Ireland – Irish novelist ready to 'do the state some service' http://bit.ly/dygwZJ # Just read, and greatly enjoyed, the first chapter of 'The Frozen Rabbi' by Steve Stern – read it here http://bit.ly/cAJZPA # Great interview with David Grossman in the UK Observer – http://bit.ly/aZWNfl # José Saramago – an appreciation http://bit.ly/colWYx (please rt) […]

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Sunday, August 29th, 2010

Class in the novel – There is an un-American secret at the heart of American culture http://bit.ly/aQiWrh # Powered by Twitter Tools.

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