Women’s prize at 25: what it is like to win by Zadie Smith, Naomi Alderman and more

Winning writers please explain how the honor converted their lives and share their favourite journals by women Tayari Jones ,< em >< strong> An American Marriage , 2019 The Women’s prize was created because women were excluded from the world…

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Short Fiction: Indivisible City by Daniel Torday

“It feels like a war zone.” — “

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Being Jo March: Little Women finally has an ending grown women deserve | Josephine Tovey

For independent females, Jo March is an icon but until Gerwigs version there has always been a catch Long before internet quizzes questioned women to reduce themselves to female archetypes by finding out” which Sex and the City persona are…

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National Book Awards: Susan Choi wins fiction prize for Trust Exercise

Queer writer Edmund White was also honored with a medal for distinguished contribution to American letters Susan Choi has won the fiction prize at the National Book Awards in New York on Wednesday night. The celebrated generator triumphed for her…

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Who is the real Dice Man? The elusive writer behind the disturbing cult novel

The long predict: A sought for the inexplicable scribe of a counterculture classic led to someone else solely. Or did it? Toward the end of the 1960 s, Luke Rhinehart worked as a psychoanalyst in New York and was borne…

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Find Me by Andr Aciman review an intriguing sequel to Call Me by Your Name

Chance meetings hint at immense adventure, and Oliver dreams of Elio, in a stylised more frustratingly unrealistic tale of love In Richard Linklater’s film Call Me By Your Name , Andre Aciman’s 2007 tale that became an Oscar-winning film, and…

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On my radar: Salman Rushdies cultural highlights

The novelist on his beloved brand-new writing, the exhilarate of baseball and the chairman whos changing Midnights Children for Netflix Born in 1947 in Mumbai , Salman Rushdie is the author of 14 novels including Midnight’s Children , which won…

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‘My life completely changed’: debut wins world’s richest prize for a novel

Nominated by precisely one library in Belgium, Emily Ruskovichs Idaho properties the 100,000 International Dublin literary award Emily Ruskovich was sitting in her back plot in Boise, Idaho, playing in the grass with her one-year-old daughter, when she got the…

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HolodeckVR raises 3M from Germanys ProSiebenSat1 to put VR onto dodgems

Consumer VR might not have taken off in the mainstream but it’s still fun to use, and it’s even more fun to use in groups. There is more of an arcade renaissance for VR going on right now, as well…

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The Other Americans by Laila Lalami review

Detective story with slow tellings of US family life guardianbookshop.com or call 0330 333 6846. Free UK p& p over PS15, online prescribes only. Phone dictates min p& p of PS1. 99

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