Guardian Review links

It’s ages since I wrote about some Guardian Review articles that I think might be of interest to people, so here goes!

Last week’s Review had an article in it about Patricia Highsmith, it sounds like she was a very strange character herself. You can read it here. The world’s champion ball-bouncer is a short story by her which has been unseen for 73 years.

There’s a new Dostoevsky out – Dostoevsky in Love by Alex Christofi, it looks like it might be an interesting read.

I will definitely be trying to get my hands on Luckenbooth by Jenni Fagan. It’s a novel which is set across nine decades in an Edinburgh tenement.

If SF and Fantasy are your thing then have a look at Eric Brown’s column here.

2 thoughts on “Guardian Review links

  1. Katrina,
    Thank you so much for highlighting these links from The Guardian. Desperate for diversions of the literary sort, I am for sure. Appreciate it! We all just need to hang on…, I guess. Thanks for helping with that cause!

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