literary tweets: You are currently browsing the category/tag literary tweets. These are a collection of articles in TMO that have been collected together under the term literary tweets, for your convenience.


Litblog’s weekly tweets –

Sunday, June 14th, 2009

Samuel Beckett’s Postmodern Fictions – an essay by Brian Finneyhttp://bit.ly/10eWnh # Sean O’Casey – Portrait of the Artist as an Outsiderhttp://bit.ly/5BKLG # Dublin author Trevor Byrne interviewed about his debut novel Ghosts and Lightninghttp://bit.ly/sVF2r # Cormac McCarthy’s Paradox of choicehttp://bit.ly/RTmPU # From the TMO archives – Nadeem Aslam, writing against terrorhttp://bit.ly/kmHiA # Laila Lalami on […]

Litblog’s weekly tweets –

Sunday, June 7th, 2009

Kate Atkinson would, money permitting, prefer to write and not be published http://bit.ly/18nBaC # Stuart Evers is allergic to AS Byatt http://bit.ly/B8CeI # Revisioning ‘The Great Gatsby’, an essay by Susan Bell (via the elegant variation) http://bit.ly/CxZiX # From the Hay festival audio archive -John Mullan & how the novel works http://bit.ly/rTy0y # Eduardo Galeano […]

Litblog’s weekly tweets –

Sunday, May 31st, 2009

Blogtrotter review of Michel Faber’s ‘The Fire Gospel’ http://bit.ly/U1dw4 # Litblogs on Kindle? A lot of fuss about nothing, according to the Literary Saloon http://bit.ly/t0vFq # In case you were searching for an online comic-book adaptation of Joyce’s Ulysses http://bit.ly/47JbSl # And from the same people, as we run up to bloomsday it’s worth following […]

Litblog’s Literary tweets – 18th – 24th May

Sunday, May 24th, 2009

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 # […]

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