Blogging Bywater Paid Members Public
Oooh, exciting times! Michael Bywater, one of my favourite authors, is blogging at Lost Worlds [http://hermeneutics.typepad.com/lostworlds/]. Admittedly, he’s posting rather infrequently right now (this is fabulous [http://hermeneutics.typepad.com/lostworlds/2007/01/make_with_your_.html], but old), but I’m keeping my fingers
Should our food have stories? Paid Members Public
Warren Ellis [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warren_Ellis] probably doesn’t need any more publicity. On the other hand, this is one of the most achingly amusing things I’ve read on the web in far, far too long. die puny humans: [http://www.diepunyhumans.com/archives/006933.html]
Is it about you? Paid Members Public
Writers of fiction, or those who aspire to do so, might find this article very interesting: Guardian Unlimited Books | By genre | Is it really all about me? [http://books.guardian.co.uk/departments/generalfiction/story/0,6000,1114745,00.html?=rss]
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