Classic Crash J.G. BALLARD, introduction by Zadie Smith Fourth Estate, $19.99 In March 1970, a north London auto-wrecking yard received an unusual request. An arts collective, the Institute for Research in Art and Technology, wanted three ... Sydney Morning Herald, 1 month ago
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Like many readers, Zadie Smith was scandalised by Crash, the first 'pornographic novel about technology'. She reflects on why she changed her mind about the novel - and herBig News Network, 1 month ago Review: Sex and wheels: Like many readers, Zadie Smith was scandalised by JG Ballard's Crash, the first 'pornographic novel about technology'. She reflects on why she changed her mind about it - and her disastrous meeting with the author Equities.com, 1 month ago Sex And Wheels: Zadie Smith On JG Ballard's Crash Booktrade - Book2Book, 1 month ago
Rapper Prodigy, shown above performing in New York City, published his debut novel, H.N.I.C., in 2013. Mike Lawrie/ hide caption i toggle caption Mike Lawrie/ At this summer's Calabash International Literary ...NPR, 3 days ago Hip-Hop In Print Brooklyn Publisher Looks To Reverse Gentrify Literature Big News Network, 3 days ago
Book: The Children Act Author: Ian McEwan Publisher: Jonathan Cape Pages: 240 Price: Rs 599 A reader afloat on the pages of a novel is also invited to judge: right from wrong, the noble from the merely good, the manipulative from the ...Indian Express, 3 days ago
This week's kicks off a seminal publishing season with reviews of new novels by two British literary heavyweights, Martin Amis and Ian McEwan . Our own critical prizefighter Leo Robson argues that scientists and historians have captured the brains ...New Statesman, 5 days ago
Cover image: Reuters, edited by Dan Murrell Cover story: The New Caliphate From Bin Laden to Isis: Shiraz Maher on why the roots of jihadi ideology run deep in Britain John Bew: the UK can no longer just follow America's lead in the ...New Statesman, 6 days ago
Last week the Huffington Post republished a conversation that I had with the NYPL's Paul Holdengräber for Full Stop. That piece was actually our second conversation for Full Stop. Below is my first conversation with the great Paul Holdengräber ...Huffington Post, 1 week ago
John Crace has produced synopses of sheer brilliance. Photo / Graeme Robertson I'd love to meet John Crace. The Guardian columnist is acerbic, focused, appallingly funny. I'd hate to have him review my books, though. He takes the bestselling ...New Zealand Herald, 1 week ago
THOMAS KENEALLY I believe somewhere the grand Charles Dickens has a tell-all memoir in which he confesses that even as he wrote Great Expectations, he came to the realisation that marriage was not the end of the story but the beginning; that his ...WA Today, 1 week ago
Criticism The Critic in the Modern World: Public Criticism from Samuel Johnson to James Wood JAMES LEY Bloomsbury, $39.99 This lucid and absorbing book began as a doctoral thesis for the University of Western Sydney, for which I acted as an ...Sydney Morning Herald, 1 week ago
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