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I'm told my books are popular in prisons... Novelist Kathy Reichs talks to HANNAH STEPHENSON about her other career as a forensic anthropologist, and why she doesn't watch true crime TV dramas. HANNAH STEPHENSON Aug 12, 2022 1181
I'm told my books are popular in prisons... Novelist Kathy Reichs talks to HANNAH STEPHENSON about her other career as a forensic anthropologist, and why she doesn't watch true crime TV dramas. HANNAH STEPHENSON Aug 12, 2022 1182
Novelist Salman Rushdie attacked, wounded on stage at New York event. Reuters News Service Aug 12, 2022 342
Cult-classic motoring novelist to sign books at The Geneva Concours, August 28th. Karen Miller Aug 12, 2022 287
A NEW GROOVE: In Margaret Wilkerson Sexton's third novel, the sweetest song comes from the heart of San Francisco's 1950s jazz scene. Wilkins, Langston Collin Interview Aug 12, 2022 1514
You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll really want some Starburst: A debut novelist explores faith, friendship and family--and creates the funniest YA narrator of 2022. Appell, Stephanie Interview Aug 12, 2022 1879
I don't feel different to how I did at 30! Carol Kirkwood tells HANNAH STEPHENSON about finding love again and success as a romance novelist later in life. HANNAH STEPHENSON Aug 11, 2022 1279
I don't feel different to how I did at 30! Carol Kirkwood tells HANNAH STEPHENSON about finding love again and success as a romance novelist later in life. HANNAH STEPHENSON Aug 9, 2022 1279
I don't feel different to how I did at 30! Carol Kirkwood tells HANNAH STEPHENSON about finding love again and success as a romance novelist later in life. HANNAH STEPHENSON Aug 9, 2022 1279
Theatre arts practitioners mourn late Nigerian Novelist, Bandele. Aug 9, 2022 405
I don't feel different to how I did at 30! Carol Kirkwood tells HANNAH STEPHENSON about finding love again and success as a romance novelist later in life. Stephenson Hannah Aug 8, 2022 1279
Best-selling novelist had life savings stolen by cleaner while he was on his deathbed; Guy N Smith, known for his dozens of horror books, was on his deathbed when cleaner and family friend Nichola Whiffen stole more than £2,000 from his life savings, a court heard. By, Antony Thrower Aug 8, 2022 586
Romance novelist wrote about how to kill a husband - then shot hers; Nancy Brophy gunned down chef Daniel in his school kitchen for a $1.4m payout. Aug 7, 2022 1211
Romance novelist wrote about pros and cons of killing a husband -then shot hers; Nancy Brophy gunned down chef Daniel in his school kitchen to claim a $1.4m life insurance payout. She had asked police for a letter that would confirm she wasn't a suspect in his death. By, Gail Shortland Aug 7, 2022 1198
I don't feel different to how I did at 30! Carol Kirkwood tells HANNAH STEPHENSON about finding love again and success as a romance novelist later in life. Aug 6, 2022 1256
I don't feel different to how I did at 30! Carol Kirkwood tells HANNAH STEPHENSON about finding love again and success as a romance novelist later in life. HANNAH STEPHENSON Aug 6, 2022 1271
I don't feel different to how I did at 30! Carol Kirkwood tells HANNAH STEPHENSON about finding love again and success as a romance novelist later in life. HANNAH STEPHENSON Aug 6, 2022 1279
I don't feel different to how I did at 30! Carol Kirkwood tells HANNAH STEPHENSON about finding love again and success as a romance novelist later in life. HANNAH STEPHENSON Aug 6, 2022 1268
I don't feel different to how I did at 30! Carol Kirkwood tells HANNAH STEPHENSON about finding love again and success as a romance novelist later in life. HANNAH STEPHENSON Aug 6, 2022 1268
I don't feel different to how I did at 30! Carol Kirkwood tells HANNAH STEPHENSON about finding love again and success as a romance novelist later in life. HANNAH STEPHENSON Aug 4, 2022 1273
Novelist's plea to men after shock incurable cancer blow. SOPHIE FINNEGAN Reporter sophie.finnegan@reachplc.com Aug 2, 2022 700
Subverting Patriarchal Interpretation of the Ramayan through a Feminist Lens: A Critical Study of Sita's Ramayana. Chakraborti, Shruti Critical essay Aug 1, 2022 7716
LYNNE BARRETT-LEE; Award-winning columnist Lynne Barrett-Lee is also a novelist, ghostwriter and creative writing tutor. A dedicated supporter of the Oxford comma and semi-colon, she is also a professional grandmother and amateur moth-fancier. Jul 23, 2022 1325
2023: Popular novelist, Chimamanda Adichie, breaks silence on Peter Obi's presidential ambition. Jul 20, 2022 548
Book smart: Elaine Castillo's nonfiction debut is required reading for bibliophiles everywhere. Blewett, Kelly Interview Jul 20, 2022 948
ANTHONY MARRA IS LOOKIN' AT YOU, KID: Comedy and tragedy collide in the author's second novel, set amid the highs and lows of World War II-era Hollywood. Cary, Alice Interview Jul 20, 2022 1255
A new romantic vision: Bolu Babalola's debut novel celebrates the love she wants to see in the world. Bell, Carole V. Interview Jul 20, 2022 1191
What a feeling: Mason Deaver's heartfelt, trope-tastic, laugh-till-your-sides-hurt novel is the best YA rom-com of the summer. Appell, Stephanie Interview Jul 19, 2022 894
Romantic Novelists' Association announces Suzie Hull as winner of 2022 Joan Hessayon Award for 'In This Foreign Land'. Jul 18, 2022 255
Author's new book uncovers true life drama of famous writer Catherine; New novel set for Paisley launch. ALYSSA DRYSDALE Jul 4, 2022 472
Ni Kuang, leading Hong Kong screenwriter, novelist, dies at 87. Obituary Jul 4, 2022 336
GIRLHOOD, INTERRUPTED: Teenage novelist Leila Mottley contemplates a police sex trafficking scandal and its young survivor. Pauly, Madison Interview Jul 1, 2022 1971
The Traumatic Effect of the Japanese War on Women in Rani Manicka's selected Novels. Ayaicha, Somia; Mani, Manimangai; Kaur, Hardev; Awang, Mohamed Ewan Bin; Chelihi, Rania Khelifa Critical essay Jul 1, 2022 5714
Cultural Autonomy as Impregnable Armour: Locating Black Feminist Autoethnography in Gloria Naylor's Mama Day. Vats, Adishree; Kumar, Anurag Viewpoint essay Jul 1, 2022 7630
Othering of Afghans: A Critical Study of And The Mountains Echoed. Fareed, Izrana; Khan, Waheed Ahmad; Ahmed, Aftab Report Jun 30, 2022 4086
Through queer protagonist, novelist revisits Catholic school. Cedillo, Melissa Interview Jun 24, 2022 1010
A STORY MOST GRIM(M): Ava Reid's gothic horror novel, Juniper & Thorn, unearths the darkness at the root of fairy tales. Hubbard, Laura Interview Jun 18, 2022 863
CAN YOU KEEP A SECRET? In a new thriller by the author of The Last Flight, a sly con artist tricks everyone except for the reader. Castellitto, Linda M. Interview Jun 18, 2022 1318
Ndebele novelist burial on today. Jun 8, 2022 365
JAMES PATTERSON: THE BESTSELLING AUTHOR. NOW A MEMOIRIST. REFLECTS ON HIS AD DAYS. Griner, David Interview Jun 6, 2022 788
The Extinction Race: Techniques of the Human in Proust, via Houellebecq. Dutton, James Report Jun 1, 2022 12072
The Turn toward the Nonhuman in Susan Straight's A Million Nightingales. Nowak-McNeice, Katarzyna E. Report Jun 1, 2022 8234
Ethical Dilemma and Redemption in Toni Morrison's Paradise. Chunhui, Wang Report Jun 1, 2022 3483
"Electrical Nutrition and Glandular Control": Eugenics, Progressive Science, and George Schuyler's Black No More. Adams, Kim Critical essay Jun 1, 2022 13614
"A Dirty Word These Days": Anglo-Saxonism, Race, and Kinship in Go Set a Watchman. Gilmore, Garrett Bridger Critical essay Jun 1, 2022 11039
'Tomb of Sand': Geetanjali Shree wins International Booker Prize; becomes first Hindi novelist to achieve feat. May 27, 2022 245
Romance novelist with 'How to Murder Your Husband' blog convicted of killing her spouse; Nancy Brophy has been convicted of second-degree murder over the death of her husband Daniel in 2018, years after telling fans that a woman must be "ruthless" in order to commit such a crime. By, Dominic Picksley May 26, 2022 661
Novelist who penned 'How to Murder Your Husband' story found guilty of killing spouse; Prosecutors told jurors that Crampton Brophy had killed her husband in order to cash in a $1.4million (£1.07m) life insurance policy because she was short of money. By, Michael Moran & Alice Peacock May 26, 2022 386
Crime novelist Richard Osman discovers ancestors were at centre of grisly murder case; Pointless star and detective novelist Richard Osman discovered 'extraordinary' parallels between his ancestors and the intrepid sleuths in his book series, when on show Who Do You Think You Are? By, Mark Jefferies May 24, 2022 599
Conman erotic novelist owes s PS1.5m but lives in a mansion. LAURA CLEMENTS Reporter laura.clements@walesonline.co.uk May 21, 2022 843
Manong Frankie completed these books before he passed on. May 14, 2022 688
Elektra Jennifer Saint Wildfire Novelists [...]; BOOKS with CHARLOTTE HEATHCOTE. VANESSA BERRIDGE May 6, 2022 285
Austen, Adaptation and the Subcontinent: Postcolonial Critique in Bride and Prejudice and Austenistan. Akram, Sabina Critical essay May 5, 2022 5760
I was written off at school - now I'm a best-selling author; tv agent who battled dyslexia finds success as a novelist. KATIE FITZPATRICK May 2, 2022 552
Debut novelist Umar Turaki. May 1, 2022 435
AL-MAKARI BESTOWS 'SILVER ORDER OF MERIT' UPON LATE NOVELIST FARSHAKH: WE HOPE FOR A BETTER HOMELAND DESPITE ALL HARDSHIPS OF THIS STAGE. May 1, 2022 374
PRIDE & PREMEDITATION: It is a truth universally acknowledged that a good dinner party must be in want of a murder. Discher, Elyse Interview May 1, 2022 846
There's no machine quite like fiction: In The Candy House, Jennifer Egan returns to the unfinished business of her Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, A Visit From the Goon Squad. Bufferd, Lauren Interview May 1, 2022 1289
LYNNE BARRETT-LEE; Award-winning columnist Lynne BarrettLee is also a novelist, ghostwriter and creative writing tutor. A dedicated supporter of the Oxford comma and semi-colon, she is also a professional grandmother and amateur moth-fancier. Apr 30, 2022 1424
Analysing the Anglo-Indian Identity: An Adolescent's Quest for Belonging in Ruskin Bond's The Room on the Roof. Bilahari, P.R. Critical essay Apr 26, 2022 5253
Guilt: A Space of Liminality and Dialogism in Dostoevskian Aesthetics. Hazra, Rea Critical essay Apr 26, 2022 3777
Popular novelist Lee Oi-soo dies at 75. Obituary Apr 25, 2022 248
Oman bids farewell to renowned doctor and novelist. By: Times News Service Apr 11, 2022 152
Oman bids final farewell to a renowned doctor and novelist. By: Times News Service Apr 11, 2022 355
Oman bids final farewell to a renowned doctor and novelist. Apr 11, 2022 343
Newcastle literary event sees North East author in conversation with Booker Prize nominee; The one-off special event at Newcastle City Library sees North East novelist Daniel James in conversation with Graeme Macrae Burnet, who was shortlisted for the Booker Prize for his novel 'His Bloody Project' in 2016. By, Daniel Hall Apr 11, 2022 449
Piers Morgan's wife brands Meghan Markle a 'figure of fun' after she took on Queen; Columnist and novelist Celia Walden married to said that she initially thought people in America might be protective of Meghan Markle, but then found that she had been mistaken. By, Alice Peacock Apr 11, 2022 488
Manuel was paid to murder ..by his victim's husband; BESTSELLING AUTHOR DENISE MINA ON SERIAL KILLER'S CHILL ILLING TAPES, RECORDED IN BARLINNIE PRIOR TO EXECUTION Novelist believes she has solved real-life mystery over family horror. | John Dingwall Apr 10, 2022 1029
Letter to his father. Apr 9, 2022 2086
Aesthetic Affect of Anger: Omair Ahmad's Jimmy the Terrorist and the Possibilities in Raudra Rasa. Chaturvedi, Namrata Critical essay Apr 8, 2022 5742
The Spirit of Walden: Art, Asceticism and Coercion in Paul Auster's Early Fiction. Rodenhurst, Nigel Critical essay Apr 8, 2022 5975
Sandra Bullock: A novelist-turned-adventurer in 'The Lost City'. Apr 6, 2022 633
Author who wrote 'How to murder your husband' on trial for murdering husband; Novelist Nancy Crampton-Brophy, 71, is accused of fatally shooting her husband Daniel Brophy in June 2018 to gain more than £1.2m but her defence counsel denies she has profited from his death. By, Mirror.co.uk Apr 5, 2022 504
LYNNE BARRETT-LEE; Award-winning columnist Lynne Barrett-Lee is also a novelist, ghostwriter and creative writing tutor. A dedicated supporter of the Oxford comma and semi-colon, she is also a professional grandmother and amateur moth-fancier. LYNNE BARRETT-LEE Apr 2, 2022 1079
HIGH HEEL BOOKS; Bestselling novelist Marian admits shoe cravings and having to deal with bunions. HANNAH STEPHENSON Apr 1, 2022 517
The Real Cost of a Magical Education: BLOOD, SWEAT, AND TEARS IN NAOMI NOVIK'S SCHOLOMANCE NOVELS. Skwire, Sarah Critical essay Apr 1, 2022 2629
LIVING A LEGACY: For the author of We Love You, Charlie Freeman, writing is as much an adventure of discovering new history as it is an act of creative expression. McKanic, Arlene Interview Apr 1, 2022 1231
Spaceship, take me away: Charlie Jane Anders' YA sci-fi adventure explores the high cost of a heroic destiny. Witherow, K.J. Interview Apr 1, 2022 759
Unidentified meowing object: Carlie Sorosiak reveals how she created one of the year's most memorable middle grade narrators. Castellitto, Linda M. Interview Apr 1, 2022 845
SEEING AMERICA THROUGH MY FATHER'S EYES: A father's spirit of exploration leads to a daughter's artfully crafted first novel. Zhang, Jenny Tinghui Apr 1, 2022 1741
How Ashley Woodfolk learned to write without fear: The bestselling YA author reveals why Nothing Burns as Bright as You is her most "emotionally honest" book yet. Woodfolk, Ashley Interview Apr 1, 2022 1042
ZACHARY LAZAR with David Winner. Winner, David Interview Apr 1, 2022 1970
Romantic novel award for author Sheila's latest book. Mar 30, 2022 247
Famed 198-year-old Russian oak banned from European Tree of the Year contest due to war; The 198-year-old Russian oak tree -planted by novelist Ivan Turgenev and destroyed by a hurricane last year -was disqualified by the European Tree of the Year competition due to the Ukraine invasion. By, Ryan Merrifield Mar 25, 2022 643
Charles Dickens Museum 'blocked' on TikTok due to 'rude' surname; The museum criticised the move, adding that the novelist's surname was 'a name, not slang'. By, John Jones Mar 23, 2022 442
Translation Theory and Praxis in East and West: The Case of Saud Al-Sanousi's Saaq al-Bamboo. Badshah, Ibrahim Critical essay Mar 22, 2022 8327
The Untranslatability of a Private Code: John Weir's Eddie Socket and AIDS Camp Humour. Ferrari, Anna Critical essay Mar 22, 2022 4935
Being Psyche: The Jungian Soul in Glome. Webber, Kelly Critical essay Mar 22, 2022 4669
Sterner Stuff; Sansa Stark and the System of Gothic Fantasy. Young, Joseph R. Critical essay Mar 22, 2022 7971
A Lost Tale, A Found Influence: Earendel and Tinuviel. Flieger, Verlyn Critical essay Mar 22, 2022 6787
Tolkien and Bakhtin: Symphony of Time in The Lord of the Rings. Ostaltsev, Alex "Oleksiy" Critical essay Mar 22, 2022 8712
A Queer Atheist Feminist Autist Responds to Donald Williams's "Keystone or Cornerstone? A Rejoinder to Verlyn Flieger on the Alleged 'Conflicting Sides' of Tolkien's Singular Self". Reid, Robin A. Mar 22, 2022 11876
Fall and Rise: The Reborn Hero in the Works of Waugh and Schnitzler. da Gama, Francisco Teles Critical essay Mar 22, 2022 2749
The Chicken or the Egg? 75th Anniversary of Brideshead Book Publication in the USA (1). Manley, Jeffrey Report Mar 22, 2022 2937
A Central Voice in Caribbean Literature: Media and Memory in the Novels of Astrid Roemer. Dijk, Yravan; Kowsoleea, Ghanima Critical essay Mar 22, 2022 11417
Space and Identity: The Los Angeles Case. Ciugureanu, Adina Critical essay Mar 22, 2022 6011
Revisiting and Rereading Hemingway's A Moveable Feast and McLain's The Paris Wife. Marrone, Claire Critical essay Mar 22, 2022 5283
Toward a Politics of Cure: Jake Barnes's Embracing of Otherness in The Sun Also Rises. Ng, Lay Sion Critical essay Mar 22, 2022 7645
No Explanations: Hemingway on the Making of Decisions. Cain, William E. Critical essay Mar 22, 2022 10962
Fathering Under the Influence: Hemingway's Representation of His Sons in "Bimini". Stephens, Gregory Critical essay Mar 22, 2022 8169
SICKNESS OF THE MIND, TRIUMPH OF THE SOUL: Dostoevsky at the pinnacle of modern literature. Valiunas, Aigis Essay Mar 22, 2022 4108
British novelist Hanif Kureishi says he'd love to write a story set in Karachi. Mar 6, 2022 746
LYNNE BARRETT-LEE; Proud holder of the Wales Columnist of the Year Award, Lynne is a novelist, ghostwriter and creative writing tutor. A dedicated supporter of the Oxford comma and semi-colon, she is also a professional grandmother and amateur moth-fancier. Mar 5, 2022 1051
Kourtney Kardashian hints at past battle to be perfect before meeting Travis Barker; Quoting one of American's greatest novelists, Kourtney Kardashian has been getting cryptic on social media. The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star seemingly hinted at a past struggle for perfection in her Instagram post on Wednesday. By, Zoe Delaney Mar 3, 2022 608
Picturesque Landscape and National Memory in Kazuo Ishiguro's The Buried Giant. Yanping, Sun; Fengyu, Wang Mar 1, 2022 6079
The Disintegrated Identities in the Orient of the Post-war American Fiction: Paul Bowles' Character Dyar as an Example in Let It Come Down. Shoqairat, Wasfi; Kraishan, Majed Critical essay Mar 1, 2022 6031
The Unnaturalness as a Political Satire: Unnatural Narratology and Ian McEwan's The Cockroach. Jiayi, Chen Critical essay Mar 1, 2022 5002
From the Ministry of Truth to the Filter Bubble: Manipulation of Discourse in 1984 and The Loudest Voice. Gonzalez, Ana Valverde Critical essay Mar 1, 2022 8443
Surviving Homophobia, Resisting Heteronormativity: India and Himanjali Sankar's Talking of Muskaan. Singha, Longjam Gaurav Kumar; Chakrabarty, Jaydeep Critical essay Mar 1, 2022 5530
OUR BROTHER, THE MONSTER: In her triumphant eighth novel, Karen Joy Fowler offers a wholly original perspective on American history through the story of John Wilkes Booth's family. Cary, Alice Cover story Mar 1, 2022 1502
FINDING THE SOURCE OF TRUE MAGIC: YA fantasy author Allison Saft explains how she created alchemical wonders in A Far Wilder Magic. Saft, Allison Interview Mar 1, 2022 1086
Ugandan novelist Kakwenza Rukirabashaija to stand trial in March. Feb 8, 2022 457
Novelist Bushra Rehman dies in Lahore. Feb 8, 2022 266
Primark accused of selling 'hugely sexist' children's clothing with 'be kind' quotes; Kate Long, a teacher and novelist, shared a Twitter thread with images of tops for girls that had printed on them phrases such as: 'Be kind' and 'Grateful, humble and optimistic' as well as messages on the boys' clothes, which were said to be more ambitious and self-assured. By, Alahna Kindred Feb 7, 2022 476
LYNNE BARRETT-LEE; OPINION Proud holder of the Wales Columnist of the Year Award, Lynne is a novelist, ghostwriter and creative writing tutor. A dedicated supporter of the Oxford comma and semicolon, she is also a professional grandmother and amateur moth-fancier. Feb 5, 2022 1307
MARLON JAMES with John Domini. Domini, John Interview Feb 1, 2022 3324
Recipe for romance: With a dash of sweetness and a pinch of spice, Anita Kelly's debut rom-com has all the right ingredients. Kelly, Anita Interview Feb 1, 2022 1011
If these walls could talk: Fiona Davis' latest novel builds upon the secrets of the Frick Collection in a delightful blend of emotion and adventure. Davis, Fiona Interview Feb 1, 2022 703
FACE-TO-FACE WITH THE PAST: Kelly McWilliams reflects on self-worth and identity in her most personal novel yet. Mcwilliams, Kelly Interview Feb 1, 2022 2040
Novelist Kakwenza re-arrested, says lawyer. Jan 25, 2022 368
Novelist Kakwenza was tortured, says rights body. Jan 20, 2022 345
How Three HBCUs Are Using Mackenzie Scott's Gifts. Kelliher, Rebecca Jan 20, 2022 1457
#MINDANAO: F. Sionil Jose, technology and manufacturing. Jan 17, 2022 592
Memories of Kazakhstan; the renowned son of Pangasinan, F. Sionil Jose. Jan 16, 2022 642
F. Sionil Jose -- nationalist and visionary. Editorial Jan 15, 2022 650
The passing of an icon. Obituary Jan 14, 2022 580
A Novelist's Diagnosis. Jan 14, 2022 1054
The quintessential F. Sionil Jose. Tatad, Francisco S. Obituary Jan 12, 2022 1795
Lessons in writing and life, from National Artist Manong Frankie. Jan 12, 2022 1114
LYNNE BARRETT-LEE; Proud holder of the Wales Columnist of the Year Award, Lynne is a novelist, ghostwriter and creative writing tutor. A dedicated supporter of the Oxford comma and semicolon, she is also a professional grandmother and amateur moth-fancier. Jan 8, 2022 1103
Manong Frankie will live forever. Obituary Jan 8, 2022 1070
Chinua Achebe's postcolony: a literary anthropology of postcolonial decadence. Orock, Rogers Critical essay Jan 1, 2022 12239
Fly on the wall: Author Hannah Morrissey explores how her former day job gave her the perfect perspective for her debut novel. Morrissey, Hannah Interview Jan 1, 2022 717
A lifeline in the dark: Preston Norton offers a no-holds-barred tale of religion, rock 'n' roll and good ol' teen rebellion. Norton, Preston Interview Jan 1, 2022 1003
Taming the Terror of Death in George Saunders's Lincoln in the Bardo. Gohar, Shaimaa Critical essay Jan 1, 2022 9289
Frankenstein's Monster, Past and Present: Writing Against Death in Frankenstein in Baghdad. Amin, Hala Critical essay Jan 1, 2022 7716
Novelist Kakwenza case file sent to DPP as activists demand his release. Dec 31, 2021 311
Novelist Kakwenza Rukirabashaija arrested- lawyer. Dec 29, 2021 372
Booker Prize-winning novelist Keri Hulme dead at 74. Obituary Dec 28, 2021 158
Untranslatability and the Cold War: Theory in Context. Baer, Brian James Dec 22, 2021 4935
Queer Untranslatability in Cereus Blooms at Night. Shah, Sonji Critical essay Dec 22, 2021 5736
The Self and Sovereignty: Contextualizing the Sublime in Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni's Mistress of Spices. Bera, Shreya Critical essay Dec 22, 2021 10152
Nonsense as the Artist's Identity Quest in Mervyn Peake's Letters from a Lost Uncle. Bonnet, Vanessa Critical essay Dec 22, 2021 6859
Poetics of an abstract author in Ackroyd's The House of Doctor Dee. Garayeva, Khanim Critical essay Dec 22, 2021 2441
Turns of the Century: Urban and Suburban Places from James Joyce to David Lodge. Terentieva, Yuliia Critical essay Dec 22, 2021 7037
Bibliographical Confusion Surrounding the First UK Edition of Scoop. Moorhouse, Hartley Critical essay Dec 22, 2021 4019
Twilight from the Mormon perspective. Stanescu, Maria-Alexandra Critical essay Dec 22, 2021 5041
Fred answers the novelist's call for a spell. Dec 13, 2021 437
Interview with the Vampire author Anne Rice dies at 80; Gothic novelist died late on Saturday due to complications from a stroke. By, Daniel Smith Obituary Dec 12, 2021 152
Producing literary works while accompanying son in hospital unforgettable experience, says novelist. Dec 5, 2021 630
Novelists get real. hale, julie Dec 1, 2021 399
All the Names and the Event of Love. Chesney, Duncan McColl Critical essay Dec 1, 2021 9058
Trips, Food, Language: The Tourist Gaze in Janice Y. K. Lee's The Expatriates. Hsiao, Pi-li Critical essay Dec 1, 2021 11802
What They Laugh at in The Town of N: Laughing Situations in L. Dobychin's Prose. Badins, Zans Critical essay Dec 1, 2021 4869
The "Alien" within "One's Own" in the Twenty-first Century Latvian Literature: On the Material of Dace Ruksane's Novel Russian Skin. Kovzele, Oksana; Kacane, Ilze Critical essay Dec 1, 2021 7058
Translation Reception of Matter-of-Fact Romance by Charles Reade in Russia in 1850-60s. O.V., Sumtsova; Yu., Aikina T. Dec 1, 2021 7706
Family Secrets and Narrative Structure in Celeste Ng's Everything I Never Told You/Secretos de familia y estructura narrativa en Everything I Never Told You, de Celeste Ng. Ibarrola-Armendariz, Aitor Critical essay Dec 1, 2021 8374
Embracing Darkness and Silence: A Cognitive Reading of Trauma in A Small Silence, by Jumoke Verissimo/ Abrazando la oscuridad y el silencio: una lectura cognitiva del trauma en A Small Silence, de Jumoke Verissimo. Ossana, Eugenia Critical essay Dec 1, 2021 8535
Nella Larsen's Quicksand, Recalcitrant Subjects, and Wrong Feeling. Priest, Madison Critical essay Dec 1, 2021 10406
James Weldon Johnson's Feminization of Biraciality. Walker, Rafael Critical essay Dec 1, 2021 8785
Reading the Archival Remains of Arturo Islas's: La Mollie and the King of Tears. Fagan, Allison Critical essay Dec 1, 2021 9600
Stupidity, Intellect, and Hierarchy in Lawrence and Huxley. Parkes, Adam Critical essay Dec 1, 2021 10810
Baku celebrates bicentenary of Russian novelist. Nov 23, 2021 183
LYNNE BARRETT-LEE; Proud holder of the Wales Columnist of the Year Award, Lynne is a novelist, ghostwriter and creative writing tutor. A dedicated supporter of the Oxford comma and semi-colon, she is also a professional grandmother and amateur moth-fancier. Nov 20, 2021 1618
Playwright, novelist Shoukat Shoro remembered. Nov 19, 2021 273
Bestselling novelist Wilbur Smith dies at 88. STEPHEN WHITE Obituary Nov 15, 2021 157
Legendary novelist Wilbur Smith dies aged 88. Nov 14, 2021 276
Hommage : Merci l'artiste ou L'hommage de Wakili Alafe a Isaie Biton Koulibaly, un grand ecrivain ivoirien. Obituary Nov 13, 2021 618
African Novelist Wins Nobel. Nov 12, 2021 195
Next three Bond books to be written by female author for first time; "I feel honoured to be the first novelist to expand the Bond universe through the Double O sector, bringing new life to old favourites, and fresh characters to the canon.". By, Neil Shaw Nov 5, 2021 306
LILY KING BY THE SEA: The acclaimed writer takes us home to the New England coast and into the memories that inspired a story in her terrific first collection. Mudge, Alden Interview Nov 1, 2021 824
'In Dresden, Dostoevsky stood on a chair to examine the Sistine Madonna's face': Rosamund Bartlett on the novelist's museum-going. Bartlett, Rosamund Nov 1, 2021 1146
Castle is 'most romantic headquarters known to War Office' says novelist. Oct 27, 2021 354
Taiwan's great novelist Lee Chiao spied on by KMT for 14 years. Oct 17, 2021 484
Award-winning Irish novelist turns down translation by an Israeli publisher citing solidarity with the Palestinians. Oct 13, 2021 445
Tanzanian-born novelist Gurnah wins Nobel Literature Prize. Oct 8, 2021 896
Tanzanian novelist Abdulrazak Gurnah wins Nobel Prize for Literature. Oct 7, 2021 415
Tanzanian Novelist Abdulrazak Gurnah Wins Nobel Prize For Literature. Oct 7, 2021 453
A murder mystery with a difference; Best-selling crime novelist Ian Rankin has penned a whodunit for a new reality game show on Channel 4. SCHEENAGH HARRINGTON learns more. SCHEENAGH HARRINGTON Oct 3, 2021 438
A murder mystery with a difference; Best-selling crime novelist Ian Rankin has penned a whodunit for a new reality game show on Channel 4. SCHEENAGH HARRINGTON learns more. SCHEENAGH HARRINGTON Oct 3, 2021 444
Omani author Jokha Alharthi wins Man Booker International Prize. Oct 1, 2021 367
Shortlist $50,000 International Prize for Arabic Fiction. Oct 1, 2021 511
HUXLEY VIA SCHELLING: TOWARD AN AESTHETIC APPROACH TO PSYCHEDELIC EXPERIENCE. Forster, Darcy L. Oct 1, 2021 5811
By the book: What do Jane Austen and Paris Hilton have in common? Why, the venerable tradition of household books, writes Thomas Marks. Marks, Thomas Oct 1, 2021 918
R.J. Palacio is learning to embrace life's mysteries: The bestselling author of Wonder reveals why she had to throw her new novel away (literally) in order to unlock the key to writing it. Interview Oct 1, 2021 1601
LYNNE BARRETT-LEE; Proud holder of the Wales Columnist of the Year Award, Lynne is a novelist, ghostwriter and creative writing tutor. A dedicated supporter of the Oxford comma and semi-colon, she is also a professional grandmother and amateur moth-fancier. Sep 25, 2021 1011
"The Negro Speaks of Rivers" in Jesmyn Ward's Sing, Unburied, Sing. Chevalier, Victoria Alicia Critical essay Sep 22, 2021 9600
Becky Albertalli. Ashley, Catherine Interview Sep 22, 2021 5347
Ellison's Hemingway. Wyatt, David Critical essay Sep 22, 2021 6356
Ideological Profit: Hemingway, Kol'tsov, and the Spanish Civil War. White, Frederick H. Critical essay Sep 22, 2021 10214
"A Very Real Warmth"? Hemingway and Michael Arlen. Ward, Philip Critical essay Sep 22, 2021 6646
Her Privates We. Hays, Peter L. Critical essay Sep 22, 2021 2264
FRIENDSHIP, RENUNCIATION, AND A CELEBRATION OF THE TRANSCENDENT SELF: WILLA CATHER'S DEATH COMES FOR THE ARCHBISHOP AFTER ONE HUNDRED YEARS. Block, Ed Critical essay Sep 22, 2021 9384
The Conscience of Solomon Kane: Robert E. Howard's Rhetorics of Motive, World, and Race. Mamola, Gabriel Critical essay Sep 22, 2021 10238
The Enigmatic Loss of Proto-Hobbitic. Honegger, Thomas Critical essay Sep 22, 2021 6411
How Tolkien Saved His Neck: A lusinghe Proposition to the Oxford Dante Society. Holmes, John R. Critical essay Sep 22, 2021 6804
Keystone or Cornerstone? A Rejoinder to Verlyn Flieger on the Alleged "Conflicting Sides" of Tolkien's Singular Self. Williams, Donald T. Critical essay Sep 22, 2021 8154
A Holiday by the Sea: In Search of Cair Paravel. Weems, Reggie Critical essay Sep 22, 2021 6101
At Least a Little of What We Know: Robert Murray Davis and Evelyn Waugh. Manley, Jeffrey Critical essay Sep 22, 2021 2313
Asian Encounters: Hybridity, Female Inheritance, and Intertextuality in Fiona Kidman's Songs from the Violet Cafe. D'Cruz, Doreen Critical essay Sep 22, 2021 10097
"Everything is Attended": Artistry and Audience in the Novels of Dana Spiotta. Bernstein, Stephen Critical essay Sep 22, 2021 9678
Can faith mix with science fiction? This Filipino mom makes it happen with her trilogy on Amazon. Sep 15, 2021 654
Sepehr shifts from musician to novelist. Sep 3, 2021 856
Is Women's Empowerment a Thucydides' Trap for Patriarchy in Pakistan? The Aurat (Woman) March-2020 and Bina Shah's Before She Sleeps. Afzal, Malik Haroon; Pakri, Muhamad Rashidi Mohd; Abdullah, Nurul Farhana Low Critical essay Sep 1, 2021 8437
Patriarchy, 20th Century Bengal and the Naxalbari Movement (1965-1975): Tracing the Roots through Lives of Others. Sarkar, Pritha Critical essay Sep 1, 2021 7791
A Deviant or a Victim of Pervasive Stigmatization: Wicked Women in Kavita Kane's Lanka's Princess. Meenakshi; Kumar, Nagendra Critical essay Sep 1, 2021 6484
Abandoned Being: The Aesthetic of Inhabiting in Meridel Le Sueur's The Girl. Callahan, Clare Critical essay Sep 1, 2021 11385
A hard-won happily ever after: Helen Hoang's third book was the hardest to write. It also might be her best one yet. Diehl, Amanda Interview Sep 1, 2021 1339
get these to a nunnery: A 12th-century abbess deserves to be your next literary hero. Lauren Groff, author of Fates and Furies, shares how she found refuge in her latest novel's community of nuns. Bufferd, Lauren Interview Sep 1, 2021 1439
Women's Solidarity and Its Limitations in Kirino Natsuo's Out: Focusing on Patriarchal Capitalism and the Double Burden on Women. Lee, Junghwa; Lee, Kahyun Critical essay Sep 1, 2021 4724
The Anthropocene in Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart. Nwoma, Chukwu Romanus Critical essay Sep 1, 2021 6066
Bringing up Topsy by Hand. Tindol, Robert Critical essay Sep 1, 2021 6577
A Critical Study of Self-Actualization in James Joyce's A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man: A Rogerian Reading. Joodaki, Abdol Hossein; Moradi, Batoul Critical essay Sep 1, 2021 6825
Imperialism & Insanity: A Study on Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness. Zannat, Mahfuza; Longhai, Zhang Critical essay Sep 1, 2021 5345
Preserving Ethical Order via Panopticism in Four Dreamers and Emily. Fuli, Liu Critical essay Sep 1, 2021 5832
Beyond Gender: Catheresque Queer Harmony and Possibility. Byun, Hyojeong Critical essay Sep 1, 2021 5454
LYNNE BARRETT-LEE; Proud holder of the Wales Columnist of the Year Award, Lynne is a novelist, ghostwriter and creative writing tutor. A dedicated supporter of the Oxford comma and semi-colon, she is also a professional grandmother and amateur moth-fancier. Aug 28, 2021 1150
TED DEXTER 1935-2021 Novelist, scratch golfer, gambler, broadcaster, lover of fast cars and racehorses... a stylish hero who only wore a helmet riding his motorbike to Lord's. GIDEON BROOKS Aug 27, 2021 413
Twitter accidentally verifies fake account of novelist Cormac McCarthy. Arab News Aug 4, 2021 480
Sarah, the Duchess of hearts; FERGIE TALKS TO MIRROR ABOUT H HER RACY MILLS & Boon novel Author on romance heroines, being a gran & learning to love her flaws. EXCLUSIVE BY JESSICA BOULTON Showbiz Editor (Features) Aug 3, 2021 714
Sarah Ferguson's new career as steamy novelist with plot based on her own family; Fergie talks to the Mirror about hery racy Mills and Boon novel, romance heroines, being a gran and learning to love her flaws -read an extract from her new book below. By, Jessica Boulton Aug 3, 2021 1997
The spectre of rootless urban youth (bayaaye) in Kulyennyingi, a novel of Amin-era Uganda. Pier, David G. Critical essay Aug 1, 2021 10047
ON POINTE--AND ON YOUR GUARD: Megan Abbott gives a bravura performance in her new thriller, which explores the pain behind the glory of ballet. Scribner, Amy Interview Aug 1, 2021 1157
A natural fit: Julie Murphy's first novel for adults is a fractured fairy-tale rom-com. Diehl, Amanda Interview Aug 1, 2021 544
The personal, the political & the amphibian: With candor and levity, Carolina De Robertis explores the socio-political transformations of Uruguay, the place she calls her root country. Britos, Elena Interview Aug 1, 2021 931
Shakespeare has left the park: Novelists Mona Awad and Lyndsay Faye take on the Bard. Freedenberg, Harvey Aug 1, 2021 385
Root memory: An acclaimed writer captures the spirit of young South Africans in Sugar Town Queens. Bell, Carole V. Interview Aug 1, 2021 1188
LYNNE BARRETT-LEE; Proud holder of the Wales Columnist of the Year Award, Lynne is a novelist, ghostwriter and creative writing tutor. LYNNE BARRETT-LEE Jul 31, 2021 1138
In praise of one of my current literary heroes, Jeffrey Eugenides. Jul 30, 2021 1214
A novel and a song of love. Pagliarella, Amy Jul 19, 2021 687
Ailing novelist Lee Oi-soo and his wife back together after years apart. Jul 17, 2021 261
lynnebarrett-lee; Proud holder of the Wales Columnist of the Year Award, Lynne is a novelist, ghostwriter and creative writing tutor. A dedicated supporter of the Oxford comma and semi-colon, she is also a professional grandmother and amateur moth-fancier. Jul 3, 2021 1292
The war reporter and her 'retreat' in Wales; Nancy Cavill uncovers the little-known links between an American war correspondent and novelist and Wales - as a Purple Plaque is unveiled in her memory at her former home in Monmouthshire... Jul 3, 2021 2393
MELANIE GEORGE & ALI ROSA-SALAS with Thomas Ford. Interview Jul 1, 2021 2501
Joan Silber. Teisch, Jessica Jul 1, 2021 2238
Creativity unleashed: Bestselling author Jason Mott embraces comedy, absurdity and catharsis in his revelatory new novel. Jackson, Matthew Interview Jul 1, 2021 871
A 'celebrity' librarian hiding in plain sight: Two beloved novelists shed light on another notable partnership--between J.P. Morgan and his librarian, a captivating woman with a big secret. Cary, Alice Interview Jul 1, 2021 985
EVERYONE IS WATCHING AND NO ONE IS SAFE: A cookie-cutter suburb's illusion of safety melts away in Megan Miranda's new thriller. Castellitto, Linda M. Interview Jul 1, 2021 1533
Moving On From Gore Vidal. Tonguette, Peter Jul 1, 2021 1929
THE CRUCIFIX AND THE POST: A NOTE ON THE CHRISTIAN THEME IN GULLIVER'S TRAVELS. Barbour, Brian Critical essay Jun 22, 2021 5174
DO THIS IN REMEMBRANCE OF ME: BITS AND PIECES IN RE-MEMBERING THE BODY. Batt, J. Daniel Critical essay Jun 22, 2021 4032
Nailing Gandhi for Cracking India in Manohar Malgonkar's A Bend in the Ganges and Raj Gill's The Rape. Pandey, Beerendra Critical essay Jun 22, 2021 8511
The Progressive and Untouchable Body: A Reading of Mulk Raj Anand's Untouchable. Kumar, Raj Critical essay Jun 22, 2021 6579
Dialogues Across Time: Omair Ahmad's The Storyteller's Tale. Jain, Jasbir Critical essay Jun 22, 2021 4255
Little Nationalities: Writing in English in the North-East. Longkumer, Watitula Critical essay Jun 22, 2021 4543
Curfewed Night and the Emergence of Kashmiri Anglophone Resistance Literature. Neogi, Soumyadeep; Aneja, Anil Kumar Critical essay Jun 22, 2021 5007
The Spatial Politics in the Craft of Postcolonial Indian Muslim Women Novelists: Reading Shama Futehally's Tara Lane, Samina Ali's Madras in Rainy Days and Anjum Hasan's The Cosmopolitans. Ahmed, Sabreen Critical essay Jun 22, 2021 4145
Women and Sensorial Hegemony in Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni's The Mistress of Spices. Alam, Muhammad Manzur Critical essay Jun 22, 2021 5931
Labour and Migrant Labour in Amitav Ghosh's Sea of Poppies. Joshi, Rita Critical essay Jun 22, 2021 3206
Renegotiating Diasporic Identity: A Transnational Reading of Jhumpa Lahiri's The Lowland. Shameem, Musarrat Critical essay Jun 22, 2021 4863
Women and Anti-fascist Resistance in India: Personal Documentation in Arundhati Roy's The Ministry of Utmost Happiness. Mitra, Pujarinee Critical essay Jun 22, 2021 6892
Melting Facades: Ice-Candy Man and the Spatial Production of Hira Mandi in Bapsi Sidhwa's Cracking India. Jones, Anne Critical essay Jun 22, 2021 4728
'Folded in a Pocket': Negotiating 'Past' Texts for Same-Sex Desire between Women in Saba Dewan's Tawaifnama and Ruth Vanita's Memory of Light. Chakraborti, Amrita Critical essay Jun 22, 2021 5363
Secularism under Threat: Reading Githa Hariharan's In Times of Siege. Sardar, Arpita Critical essay Jun 22, 2021 4102
Petites Histoires, Meta-perspective: Meaning and Narrative in Julian Barnes. Piccolo, Samuel Critical essay Jun 22, 2021 8930
It's an odd role reversal... you are now caring for those who cared for you; NOVELIST KATE MOSSE IS DELVING INTO NON-FICTION, WRITING ABOUT CARING FOR FAMILY IN HER NEW BOOK. SHE TELLS HANNAH STEPHENSON WHY UNPAID CARERS DESERVE MUCH MORE RECOGNITION. HANNAH STEPHENSON Jun 12, 2021 1381
It's an odd role reversal... you are now caring for those who cared for you; NOVELIST KATE MOSSE IS DELVING INTO NON-FICTION, WRITING ABOUT CARING FOR FAMILY IN HER NEW BOOK. SHE TELLS HANNAH STEPHENSON WHY UNPAID CARERS DESERVE MUCH MORE RECOGNITION. Jun 12, 2021 1356
The tragic story of the executed Somali seaman I couldn't leave untold; The story of Somali sailor Mahmood Mattan, who was wrongly hanged for murder in 1952, is at the centre of a new novel by awardwinning author Nadifa Mohamed. She's been talking to Amanda Powell about its resonance for race relations and life in Cardifftoday - and who really killed shopkeeper Lily Volpert... Jun 12, 2021 3804
It's an odd role reversal... you are now caring for those who cared for you; NOVELIST KATE MOSSE IS DELVING INTO NON-FICTION, WRITING ABOUT CARING FOR FAMILY IN HER NEW BOOK. SHE TELLS HANNAH STEPHENSON WHY UNPAID CARERS DESERVE MUCH MORE RECOGNITION. HANNAH STEPHENSON Jun 10, 2021 1381
Al-Sharjah Book Authority to host discussion session with Egyptian novelist Ahmed Murad on June 11. Egypt Today Jun 9, 2021 187
It's an odd role reversal... you are now caring for those who cared for you; NOVELIST KATE MOSSE IS DELVING INTO NON-FICTION, WRITING ABOUT CARING FOR FAMILY IN HER NEW BOOK. SHE TELLS HANNAH STEPHENSON WHY UNPAID CARERS DESERVE MUCH MORE RECOGNITION. HANNAH STEPHENSON Jun 8, 2021 1382
It's an odd role reversal... you are now caring for those who cared for you; NOVELIST KATE MOSSE IS DELVING INTO NON-FICTION, WRITING ABOUT CARING FOR FAMILY IN HER NEW BOOK. SHE TELLS HANNAH STEPHENSON WHY UNPAID CARERS DESERVE MUCH MORE RECOGNITION. HANNAH STEPHENSON Jun 8, 2021 1380
Gone Girls: Novelist hails incredible edible women painted out of the art history books; Author salutes pioneering, inspirational but neglected women artists. Maggie Ritchie news@sundaypost.com Jun 6, 2021 1270
Gone Girls: Novelist hails incredible edible women painted out of the art history books; Author salutes pioneering, inspirational but neglected women artists. Maggie Ritchie news@sundaypost.com Jun 6, 2021 565
It's an odd role reversal... you are now caring for those who cared for you; NOVELIST KATE MOSSE IS DELVING INTO NON-FICTION, WRITING ABOUT CARING FOR FAMILY IN HER NEW BOOK. SHE TELLS HANNAH STEPHENSON WHY UNPAID CARERS DESERVE MUCH MORE RECOGNITION. HANNAH STEPHENSON Jun 5, 2021 1380
It's an odd role reversal... you are now caring for those who cared for you; NOVELIST KATE MOSSE IS DELVING INTO NON-FICTION, WRITING ABOUT CARING FOR FAMILY IN HER NEW BOOK. SHE TELLS HANNAH STEPHENSON WHY UNPAID CARERS DESERVE MUCH MORE RECOGNITION. HANNAH STEPHENSON Jun 5, 2021 1380
It's an odd role reversal... you are now caring for those who cared for you; NOVELIST KATE MOSSE IS DELVING INTO NON-FICTION, WRITING ABOUT CARING FOR FAMILY IN HER NEW BOOK. SHE TELLS HANNAH STEPHENSON WHY UNPAID CARERS DESERVE MUCH MORE RECOGNITION. HANNAH STEPHENSON Jun 5, 2021 1380
'I'm very lucky that I've been able to care' Bestselling novelist Kate Mosse talks about caring for three generations in her house and how unpaid carers should get the recognition they deserve. Jun 5, 2021 1101
It's an odd role reversal... you are now caring for those who cared for you; NOVELIST KATE MOSSE IS DELVING INTO NON-FICTION, WRITING ABOUT CARING FOR FAMILY IN HER NEW BOOK. SHE TELLS HANNAH STEPHENSON WHY UNPAID CARERS DESERVE MUCH MORE RECOGNITION. HANNAH STEPHENSON Jun 5, 2021 1380
It's an odd role reversal... you are now caring for those who cared for you; NOVELIST KATE MOSSE IS DELVING INTO NON-FICTION, WRITING ABOUT CARING FOR FAMILY IN HER NEW BOOK. SHE TELLS HANNAH STEPHENSON WHY UNPAID CARERS DESERVE MUCH MORE RECOGNITION. HANNAH STEPHENSON Jun 5, 2021 1378
It's an odd role reversal... you are now caring for those who cared for you; NOVELIST KATE MOSSE IS DELVING INTO NON-FICTION, WRITING ABOUT CARING FOR FAMILY IN HER NEW BOOK. SHE TELLS HANNAH STEPHENSON WHY UNPAID CARERS DESERVE MUCH MORE RECOGNITION. HANNAH STEPHENSON Jun 5, 2021 1380
'I'm very lucky that I've been able to care' Bestselling novelist Kate Mosse talks about caring for three generations in her house and how unpaid carers should get the recognition they deserve. Jun 5, 2021 1101
Metaforas responsables: la poetica transhumana del fracaso en Taipei, de Tao Lin. Fernández-Santiago, Miriam Critical essay Jun 1, 2021 8651
El Antropoceno, ficcion climatica y comida: MaddAddam, de Margaret Atwood. Muñoz-González, Esther Critical essay Jun 1, 2021 7817
La etica del cuidado en la Zona Libre de Fuego: The Story of a Brief Marriage, de Anuk Arudpragasam. Alonso-Breto, Isabel Critical essay Jun 1, 2021 8261
Toxic Waste and Unpaid Labor: Don DeLillo's Everyday. Lambert, Stephanie Critical essay Jun 1, 2021 11377
Fictions of Time and Space: From Realism to Utopia in Doris Lessing's The Four-Gated City. Sergeant, David Critical essay Jun 1, 2021 9211
Morbid Vitalism: Death, Decadence, and Spinozism in Barnes's Nightwood. Clarke, Tim Critical essay Jun 1, 2021 11124
JONATHAN SANTLOFER with J.C. Hallman. Hallman, J.C. Interview Jun 1, 2021 2704
Revisiting George Orwell's Animal Farm, Yasar Kemal's The Sultan of the Elephants and the Red-Bearded Lame Ant within the Context of Socialist Realism. Ayyildiz, Nilay Erdem Critical essay Jun 1, 2021 6781
Marginalization, Mimicry and Subversion: A Bhabhian Reading of Mohsin Hamid's The Reluctant Fundamentalist. Faheem, Muhammad Afzal; Ishaque, Nausheen Critical essay Jun 1, 2021 4271
The Existential Arab Antihero in Rawi Hage's Beirut Hellfire Society. Letaief, Salma Kaouthar; Awad, Yousef Critical essay Jun 1, 2021 7621
Nationalism, Transnationalism and Sense of Belonging: Burnt Shadows as a Post 9/11 Cosmopolitan Critique of Terror. Perveen, Ayesha Critical essay Jun 1, 2021 7457
Historical Narratives, Fictional Biographies, and Biblical Allusions in Aleksandar Hemon's The Lazarus Project as a New Literary Hybrid. Bezrukov, Andrii; Bohovyk, Oksana Critical essay Jun 1, 2021 8813
An Ethical Study of Toni Morrison's God Help the Child. Wan, Andi Critical essay Jun 1, 2021 5228
"I Do Not Own My People, I Own Slaves": The Formation of Slave Owners' Consciousness in Edward Jones's The Known World. Shymchyshyn, Mariya Critical essay Jun 1, 2021 4789
"Take This Slave Wench Krsna to the House!": Exploring Feminine Subjectivity in the Indian Context through Draupadi-Dopdi. Chakraborty, Suryendu Critical essay Jun 1, 2021 5208
From Anthropomorphism to Becoming-Animal: Animal Agency in Zhang Guixing's Nanyang Imagination. Sheng, Zhifan Essay Jun 1, 2021 8191
Casey McQuiston IS GOING EXPRESS: Stand clear of the platform and the closing doors as the bestselling author explores what comes after coming out. Diehl, Amanda Interview Jun 1, 2021 1836
Exposing the poison within: An award-winning Black author gives white slaveholders what they refused to see in her ancestors: their humanity. Bell, Carole V. Interview Jun 1, 2021 1066
This Filipina's novel tops Amazon's YA Music ebook reads. Interview May 31, 2021 577
I had a job in the City and it was toxic. I'd get up at 5am to write; Bestselling novelist on her great escape. WORDS SALLY MCDONALD May 30, 2021 1525
PR man turned novelist puzzled by Facebook ban. MARTIN SHIPTON Political editor-at-large newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk May 26, 2021 586
identical twins are write old age of 82; Scots crime novelists pen their 7th book. CALUM LOUDON AND EMMA DUNCAN May 20, 2021 289
President Michael D. Higgins says Ireland has lost a 'foremost critic, novelist and academic' and Derry has lost an 'incomparable' son in Seamus Deane; The President Michael D. Higgins has said Ireland has lost a 'foremost critic...distinguished poet, novelist and internationally acclaimed university teacher' and Derry has lost an 'incomparable' son the death of Seamus Deane. May 13, 2021 507
TOP AUTHORS WHO FOUND A DARKER SIDE; Romantic fiction novelists who switched to murder mysteries. HANNAH STEPHENSON May 11, 2021 1060
Apollo 11 pilot; acclaimed spy novelist. From Daily Herald wire reports Obituary May 2, 2021 665
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And you thought your quarter-life crisis was bad: In Zen Cho's new fantasy novel, a ghost refuses to give up her grip on her living granddaughter. Hubbard, Laura Interview May 1, 2021 1026
Inherently epic: Maggie Shipstead's exceptional third novel was a vast undertaking--but the round-the-globe flight of her aviator protagonist is even more daunting. Castellitto, Linda M. Cover story May 1, 2021 1267

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