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    The Guardian [September 23, 2020]
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.


    The Guardian [September 25, 2020]
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · Netflix Faces Call to Rethink Liu Cixin Adaptation After His Uighur Comments · Alison Flood · ar [Ref. Liu Cixin]


    The Guardian [September 30, 2020]
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · More Than 200 Writers and Publishers Sign Letter in Support of Trans and Non-Binary People · Alison Flood · ar [Ref. J. K. Rowling]


    The Guardian [October 5, 2020]
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · Unseen Spoof by Raymond Chandler Shows Writer’s “Human Side” · Alison Flood · ar [Ref. Raymond Chandler]; about publication of “Advice to an Employer” in The Strand.
    • · Akwaeke Emezi Shuns Women’s Prize for Details of Sex as Defined “By Law” · Alison Flood · ar [Ref. Akwaeke Emezi]


    The Guardian [October 9, 2020]
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · “Narnia Made Me Want to Write, to Do That Magic Trick” · Neil Gaiman · ar


    The Guardian [October 10, 2020]
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · 25 Years of His Dark Materials: Philip Pullman on the Journey of a Lifetime · Philip Pullman · ar


    The Guardian [October 12, 2020]
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.



    The Guardian [October 19, 2020]
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · Controversial Plans to Develop James Joyce House Into Hostel Approved · Sian Cain · ar [Ref. James Joyce]


    The Guardian [October 23, 2020]
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.




    The Guardian [November 11, 2020]
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · “A Literary Masterpiece”: M. John Harrison Wins Goldsmiths Prize for Innovative Fiction · Alison Flood · ar [Ref. M. John Harrison]


    The Guardian [November 16, 2020]
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · Harlan Ellison’s The Last Dangerous Visions May Finally Be Published, After Four-Decade Wait · Alison Flood · ar [Ref. Harlan Ellison]
    • · Jonathan Franzen Is Back! With the Grandest-Sounding Novel of 2021 · Alison Flood · ar



    The Guardian [November 25, 2020]
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · Romance Novelists Raise $400,000 for Georgia Senate Races—With Help from Stacey Abrams · Lois Beckett · ar [Ref. Stacey Abrams]





    The Guardian [December 10, 2020]
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · “If She Were a Bloke, She’d Be in Print”: The Lost Novels of Gertrude Trevelyan · Alison Flood · ar [Ref. G. E. Trevelyan]








    The Guardian [January 10, 2021]
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · One Hundred Years Since a Hellish Vision of Technology Spawned That Fateful Word: Robot · Simon Lowe · ar [Ref. Karel Capek]





    The Guardian [January 28, 2021]
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · “I Was Pretty Crushed”: Mitch Benn Wrote Two Novels—Then Stopped. What Happened? · David Barnett · ar [Ref. Mitch Benn]




    The Guardian [February 13, 2021]
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · “Everyone Called Me Crazy for Divorcing in My 70s. I’ve Never Been Afraid of Being Alone” · Fiona Sturges · ar [Ref. Isabel Allende]


    The Guardian [February 20, 2021]
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · “AI, Gene-Editing, Big Data…I Worry We Are Not in Control of These Things Any More” · Lisa Allardice · ar [Ref. Kazuo Ishiguro]


    The Guardian [February 21, 2021]
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · Unseen Work by Proust Announced as “Thunderclap” by French Publisher · Sian Cain · ar [Ref. Marcel Proust]


    The Guardian [February 22, 2021]
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.


    The Guardian [March 13, 2021]
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · My Father Was Famous as John Le Carre. My Mother Was His Crucial, Covert Collaborator · Nick Cornwell · ar [Ref. John le Carre]


    The Guardian [March 22, 2021]
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.



    The Guardian [April 3, 2021]
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · Salman Rushdie on Midnight’s Children at 40: “India Is No Longer the Country of This Novel” · Salman Rushdie · ar




    The Guardian [April 20, 2021]
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · Terry Pratchett’s Novel Turns 50: “At 17 He Showed Promise of a Brilliant Mind” · Alison Flood · ar [Ref. Terry Pratchett]



    The Guardian [May 3, 2021]
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · “I’m Bursting with Fiction”: Alan Moore Announces Five-Volume Fantasy Epic · Alison Flood · ar [Ref. Alan Moore]



    The Guardian [June 7, 2021]
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · “The Beat Went On”: What Happened to Jan Kerouac, Jack’s Forgotten Daughter · David Barnett · ar [Ref. Jan Kerouac]


    The Guardian [June 19, 2021]
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · Douglas Coupland on Generation X at 30: “Generational Trashing Is Eternal” · Douglas Coupland · ar


    The Guardian [June 28, 2021]
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · Why Do Writers Need Agents? to Keep Track of the Rejections · Chris Paling · ar




    The Guardian [August 28, 2021]
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · Sally Rooney on the Hell of Fame: “It Doesn’t Seem to Work for Anyone” · Emma Brockes · ar [Ref. Sally Rooney]


    The Guardian [August 29, 2021]
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · A Master of Self-Promotion: Letters Revealed How Philip Roth “Hustled” for Prizes · Dalya Alberge · ar


    The Guardian [September 1, 2021]
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · “I Guess I’m Having a Go at Killing It”: Salman Rushdie to Bypass Print and Publish Next Book on Substack · Shelley Helpworth · ar [Ref. Salman Rushdie]


    The Guardian [September 3, 2021]
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.



    The Guardian [September 21, 2021]
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · Richard Osman’s Second Book Is One of the Fastest-Selling Novels Since Records Began · Alison Flood · ar [Ref. Richard Osman]


    The Guardian [November 15, 2021]
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.




    The Guardian [December 7, 2021]
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.





    Guernica   (about)
    Subtitled “A Magazine of Global Arts and Politics”.


    Guernica [June 8, 2008] (online)
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.







    Guernica [May 1, 2009] (online)
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.



    Guernica [June 1, 2009] (online)
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.


    Guernica [January 1, 2010] ed. Assaf Gavron (online)
    Israeli Fiction Issue. Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · From a Hot Corner of the World: Israeli Fiction · Assaf Gavron · ed
    • · Second Chance · Etgar Keret; translated by Miriam Shlesinger · ss The Nimrod Flip-Out by Etgar Keret, Picador Australia, 2004
      translated from the Hebrew.
    • · A Competition · Sami Berdugo; translated by Dan Ofri · ss
      translated from the Hebrew.
    • · A Ship of Girls · Michal Zamir; translated by Mitchell Ginsburg · ex
      translated from the Hebrew (Xargol Books, 2005).
    • · Homesick · Eshkol Nevo; translated by Sondra Silverston · ex Chatto & Windus, 2008
      translated from the Hebrew (Arba’a Batim Ve-Ga’agua, Zmora-Bitan, 2004).
    • · Moving · Assaf Gavron · ex
      translated from the Hebrew (Zmora-Bitan, 2003).



    Guernica [April 1, 2010] (online)
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.


    Guernica [June 1, 2010] (online)
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.


    Guernica [August 1, 2010] (online)
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · The Fragile Mistress · Leora Skolkin-Smith · ex
      an unpublished excerpt from the novel Edges, published by Grace Paley in 2005.


    Guernica [August 15, 2010] (online)
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.


    Guernica [September 1, 2010] (online)
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.


    Guernica [September 15, 2010] (online)
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · Wrong Blood · Manuel de Lope; translated by John Cullen · ex Chatto & Windus, 2010
      translated from the Spanish (La Sangre Ajena, Arete, 2000).


    Guernica [October 1, 2010] (online)
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.
    • · There Is No “E” in Zombi Which Means There Can Be No You or We · Roxane Gay · ss



    Guernica [November 1, 2010] (online)
    Details supplied by Martin Wooster.


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