“I haven’t written it because I think I’m special. I’ve written it because I think I’m typical.” Robert Webb in the Irish Times talking about howHow Not To Be a Boyhas made some angry men angrier, and why he’s not a feminist Yoda.
Look at these fine new editions of The Novel Cure and The Story Cure! For any ailment you can think of The Novel Cure has the literary remedy to set you right. And The Story Cure is crammed with recommendations to help you fill a kid’s bookshelves with all the adventure and imagination they could need.
Miranda July: author, artist, filmmaker, and now shopkeeper. She has opened an inter-faith charity shop inside Selfridges, so if you’re in London between now and the 22nd of October you should drop in!
‘McCormack brilliantly manages the pace and rhythm of each sentence, paragraph, page and sequence. The effect is to find oneself (to quote the narrator) ‘suspended in a time of stalled duration’, becalmed on the sea of memory.’