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On Writing. A.L. Kennedy: Theatre of War

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Offers readers and aspiring writers everything they need to know about the complexities of researching, writing and publishing fiction. This book ends with the transcript of the author's celebrated one-person show about writing and language that she has performed round the world to huge acclaim.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780224096973
ISBN-10: 0224096974
Pagini: 256
Dimensiuni: 143 x 223 x 38 mm
Greutate: 0.50 kg
Editura: JONATHAN CAPE
Colecția Jonathan Cape

Notă biografică

A.L. Kennedy has twice been selected as one of Granta's Best of Young British Novelists and has won a host of other awards - including the Costa Book of the Year. She lives in London and is a part-time lecturer in creative writing at Warwick University.

Recenzii

"It's a pleasure to gain access to the thoughts of someone so unashamedly committed to the importance of stories. Written largely as blogs, these memorable, often very funny snapshots of Kennedy's life also contain much better advice for would-be writers than more overtly practical guides." -- Nick Rennison Sunday Times "Observations, both lucid and passionate, on the general state of the book trade and literary culture... Yet it's the manoeuvres she uses and the structures she creates in order to let art happen in her own life that form the kernel of the book." -- Keith Miller Daily Telegraph "Invaluable advice to authors...her humour - often sardonic, never malicious - is deployed to great effect." -- Stuart Kelly Scotland on Sunday "On Writing is wit, sadness and aphorism for the writer, reader, and human alike." -- Richard Elins The List "The life-saving blog is the jam in the sandwich of her book, the sweetener before her revealing stand-up comic routine/memoir and more considered essays that give it professional literary substance." -- Iain Finlayson The Times

"Invaluable advice to authors...her humour - often sardonic, never malicious - is deployed to great effect." -- Stuart Kelly Scotland on Sunday "On Writing is wit, sadness and aphorism for the writer, reader, and human alike." -- Richard Elins The List "Between the lines are...observations, both lucid and passionate, on the general state of the book trade and literary culture... Yet it's the manoeuvres she uses and the structures she creates in order to let art happen in her own life that form the kernel of the book." -- Keith Miller Daily Telegraph "The life-saving blog is the jam in the sandwich of her book, the sweetener before her revealing stand-up comic routine/memoir and more considered essays that give it professional literary substance." -- Iain Finlayson The Times "It reflects the life of a successful literary fiction writer in today's market." nudgemenow.com

"Invaluable advice to authors...her humour - often sardonic, never malicious - is deployed to great effect." -- Stuart Kelly Scotland on Sunday "On Writing is wit, sadness and aphorism for the writer, reader, and human alike." -- Richard Elins The List "It's a pleasure to gain access to the thoughts of someone so unashamedly committed to the importance of stories. Written largely as blogs, these memorable, often very funny snapshots of Kennedy's life also contain much better advice for would-be writers than more overtly practical guides." -- Nick Rennison Sunday Times "Between the lines are...observations, both lucid and passionate, on the general state of the book trade and literary culture... Yet it's the manoeuvres she uses and the structures she creates in order to let art happen in her own life that form the kernel of the book." -- Keith Miller Daily Telegraph "The life-saving blog is the jam in the sandwich of her book, the sweetener before her revealing stand-up comic routine/memoir and more considered essays that give it professional literary substance." -- Iain Finlayson The Times