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Lake was working on a novel called Calamity of So Long a Life, set in the Sunspin universe, stories set in which had already appeared in Clarkesworld, Subterranean Online, and elsewhere. But Lake was also an incredibly prolific short story author ,
Publishers and the public met this weekend at BookExpo America, the annual industry convention, and seemed to speak in different languages. If you were part of the book business, "Amazon" was a dirty word and "Hachette" an applause line as editors,
Scott Westerfeld's new novel Afterworlds doesn't come out until September but here's an exclusive look at an intense book trailer to tide you over. In which we meet two girls: Darcy, an aspiring author whose stories get a little too vivid. And Lizzie,
In Salman Rushdie's 1988 novel The Satanic Verses, the fictional character Whisky Sisodia comments that the trouble with the Engenglish is that their hiss hiss history happened overseas, so they dodo don't know what it means. It is this complex and
Daniel D'Addario of Salon reports on newly released book titles and the world of publishing in "The Book Reader." Siri Hustvedt has a great deal to say about the status of women in the arts in her new novel "The Blazing World," but know first that it'
Amazon said it is "not optimistic" that a dispute with publisher Hachette Book Group will be resolved soon and added that it is acting "on behalf of customers." The comments, which Amazon made Tuesday in an online post, are the first extensive
Short Cuts Thomas Jones In the early 1960s, around the time that Raymond Queneau was working on his choose-your-own-sonnet sequence, Cent mille milliards de poemes , and Marc Saporta on Composition No. Nanni Balestrini produced Tape Mark I , a series
DCA candidate at University of Technology, Sydney Historical fiction rewards both the readers and writers who love it...The much-publicised success of Hannah Kent's Burial Rites , Eleanor Catton's The Luminaries and Hilary Mantel's Wolf Hall is just
Simsion's novel, which won the award in 2012, has turned into something of a phenomenon, with sales in Australia topping 150,000 and 1 million around the world, Sony Pictures optioning it for the screen and The Rosie Effect , a sequel, due in October.
One of our readers was into vintage mysteries this week: "Love these old paperbacks." Photograph: flwrjen/GuardianWitness Welcome to this week's blog. Here's a roundup of your comments and photos from last week. proust was extremely impressed with