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    The Guardian [January 22, 2016] (newspaper) []
    Details supplied by Steve Holland.



    The Guardian [January 30, 2016] (newspaper) []
    Details supplied by Steve Holland.
    • · Wild Swimming · Elodie Harper · ss; short story writing competition winner chosen by Stephen King.










    The Guardian [March 4, 2016] (newspaper) []
    Details supplied by Steve Holland.



    The Guardian [March 15, 2016] (newspaper) []
    Details supplied by Steve Holland.

















    The Guardian [May 13, 2016] (newspaper) []
    Details supplied by Steve Holland.
    • · O. Vulgaris, or The Coming of Age of an Octopus · Zehra Nabi · ss





    The Guardian [May 25, 2016] (newspaper) []
    Details supplied by Steve Holland.
    • · Mowgli’s New Adventure · Katie · vi; competition prize winner for children to write stories inspired by Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book. The winner was 8-year-old Katie.






    The Guardian [June 24, 2016] (newspaper) []
    Details supplied by Steve Holland.
    • · 3 Stories of God · Joy Williams · ms from 99 Stories of God, Tin House Books, 2016




    The Guardian [March 25, 2017] []
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · Dystopian Dreams: How Feminist Science Fiction Predicted the Future · Naomi Alderman · ar


    The Guardian [September 2, 2017] (newspaper) []
    Details supplied by Steve Holland.
    • · Laugh a Minute: Six Short Plays · Michael Frayn · gp 2017
      from Pocket Playhouse: Thirty-Six Short Entertainments, London, Faber, 2017.



    The Guardian [December 24, 2017] (newspaper) []
    Details supplied by Steve Holland.
    • · Bethany on Jura · William Boyd · ss 2017
      from The Dreams of Bethany Mellmoth, London, Viking, 2017.



    The Guardian [November 5, 2018] (newspaper) []
    Details supplied by Steve Holland.
    • · The Radical Democrats: A Poem for the Midterms · Rob Sears · pm


    The Guardian [December 29, 2018] (newspaper) []
    Details supplied by Steve Holland.
    • · Mary Ventura and the Ninth Kingdom · Sylvia Plath · ex
      from the forthcoming book, Faber & Faber, January 2019.



    The Guardian [September 4, 2019] (newspaper) []
    Details supplied by Steve Holland.
    • · Part One: The Ardua Hall Holograph · Margaret Atwood · ex from The Testaments, Chatto & Windus, September 2019


    The Guardian [November 7, 2019] []
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · Who Is the Dice Man? The Elusive Writer Behind the Disturbing Cult Novel · Emmanuel Carrère · ex (r), as “In Search of the Dice Man” [Ref. Luke Rhinehart]
      from 97,196 Words, Bodley Head, November 2019.




    The Guardian [February 22, 2020] []
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · The Mirror and the Light · Hilary Mantel · ex
    • · Hilary Mantel : “I Get Quite Amazed at People Saying I Have Writer’s Block, I’ve Been Like a Factory” · Alex Clark · ar [Ref. Hilary Mantel]


    The Guardian [April 1, 2020] []
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · “I Have No Mind’s Eye”: What Is It Like Being an Author with Aphantasia? · Mark Lawrence · ar



    The Guardian [April 11, 2020] []
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · Anne Tyler: “Up Close You’ll Always See Things to Be Optimistic About” · Hadley Freeman · ar [Ref. Anne Tyler]


    The Guardian [April 19, 2020] []
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · Naoise Dolan: “I’m Not Good at Presenting Myself as Likeable” · Sian Cain · iv [Ref. Naoise Dolan]



    The Guardian [May 1, 2020] []
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · Stanley Johnson Pushes for New Release of His 40-Year-Old Virus Novel · Mark Brown · ar [Ref. Stanley Johnson]; about The Marburg Virus.


    The Guardian [May 2, 2020] []
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · N.K. Jemisin: “It’s Easier to Get a Book Set in Black Africa Published if You’re White” · Alison Flood · ar [Ref. N. K. Jemisin]


    The Guardian [May 22, 2020] []
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · Legendary Paris Bookshop Reveals Reading Habits of Illustrious Clientele · Alison Flood · ar [Ref. Ernest Hemingway]; about lending library of Shakespeare and Company being digitized.


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