Monthly Archives: October 2011

  1. One Inch Wonders #32: Everything Ravaged, Everything Burned

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    October 20, 2011 by markstani

    from ‘Retreat’ in the collection Everything Ravaged, Everything Burned by Wells Tower, pub. Granta Sometimes, sometimes, after six or so …
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  2. MAN Booker Prize 2011

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    October 17, 2011 by markstani

    Unless you’ve been stranded in a Siberian dacha or cast adrift on the Victorian high seas, you won’t have missed …
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  3. Man Booker Prize 2011

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    October 17, 2011 by markstani

    (click links for longer reviews) Unless you’ve been stranded in a Siberian dacha or cast adrift on the Victorian high …
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  4. The Dukes Of Fryup IV

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    October 16, 2011 by markstani

    Here’s a (very) brief extract from my novel, The Dukes Of Fryup: Jeremy Scott was born again. Being born again …
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  5. Review: Sweet Invention: A History Of Dessert

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    October 13, 2011 by markstani

    Maybe Michael Krondl’s paean to the world’s best desserts ought to carry a health warning. It’s impossible to push through …
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  6. One Inch Wonders #31: Boxer Beetle

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    October 11, 2011 by markstani

    from Boxer Beetle by Ned Beauman, pub. Sceptre I’m not a secret Nazi. I feel sick when I think about …
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  7. Interview: Tommy Zurhellen

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    October 10, 2011 by markstani

    Tommy Zurhellen’s ‘Nazareth, North Dakota’ is a spectacular re-telling of the New Testament set in the 1980s Badlands. It’s a …
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