A Thousand Moons, A Year in Books, Adiana Shibli, Ana Maria Matute, Arthur Morrison, Celia Stahr, Daddy, Death In Her Hands, Eimear McBride, Elena Ferrante, Emma Cline, Emma Donoghue, Erika Lee Sears, Ethel Carnie Holdsworth, Fernanda Melchor, Frida in America, Frida Kahlo, Frida Kahlo and San Francisco, Graphic Novel, Hettie Judah, Hitting a Straight Lick With a Crooked Stick, Hurricane Season, Irish Literature, Jack, Louise Erdrich, Marilynne Robinson, Mexico, Minor Detail, Native American Literature, Ottessa Moshfegh, Palestine, Rickard Sisters, Robert Tressell, Sam Selvon, Sebastian Barry, Short Stories, Socialism, Spain, Strange Hotel, The Housing Lark, The Island, The Last Interview, The Lying Life of Adults, The Night Watchman, The Pull of the Stars, The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists, Windrush, Working Class Writers, Zora Neale Hurston
The turmoil of 2020 hasn’t affected my reading much, although I miss going to the library and have turned instead to Kindle. Among the 100+ books I’ve read this year, I’ve enjoyed discoveries old and new, plus the latest output from my favourite contemporary authors. However, some of my greatest pleasures lay in neglected midcentury classics which finally got their due. Continue reading
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