morning afternoon and you know what that means — it’s time for the paper round!
Lets have a look at some of the book news and reviews you may have missed over the weekend. Too busy eating eggs benedict and getting your hair did, huh?
The Sydney Morning Herald/The Sun-Herald
Australian newspapers have been rather preoccupied recently with federal political dramas, but the Herald still found space to publish Jenny Sinclair’s fascinating piece about being locked in Old Melbourne Gaol to work on a novel. Fancy a stint in the clink? Click here to find out more.
Los Angeles Times
Click here for the latest LA Times bestseller list (how many have you read?), for a review of Tracey Thompson’s non-fiction book The New Mind of the South head here, and for a gallery of Chinua Archebe’s literary legacy, try here.*
* Chinua Archebe was a Nigerian novelist seen by many as the ‘father of African literature.’ For more information on Archebe have a look at this Guardian article.
New York Times
Books to Read
I hope you enjoyed the weekly round up! Next week this post will be not only on a Monday but also IN THE MORNING. The Little Book Girl is slowly getting organised…