Thursday, February 23 2012
Books have a long shelf-life. A loved book may outlast its original owner by a generation – or more -- if well cared for. With that in mind, we recall our best loved books of 2011 here, well into 2012. Better late than never...
Wednesday, January 20 2010
More than half of the titles in this year’s selections offer grim portraits of the human condition, some with more wit and optimism than others, and a surprising number of legendary authors complete the portraiture and theme.
Wednesday, September 23 2009
The terrifying, 'it could happen today' message of this story is best told in the Atwood's book, rather than the film version.
Thursday, December 8 2011
Childhood reading, the emphasis upon obscure texts, and searching out forgotten and under-appreciated works form Margaret Atwood-the-novelist’s DNA.
Sunday, October 4 2009
If you aren't terrified, you aren't paying attention. Atwood admits to scaring even herself.
Wednesday, January 11 2006
Would it be out of line to call Margaret Atwood a cranky old broad?"
Monday, June 2 2003
For starters, forget that Margaret Atwood is known as a novelist.
Thursday, April 25 2013
It’s a difficult moment to be a writer, with content going for less and less, even as “no one is suggesting anyone give away string for free.” Still, Atwood remains hopeful about the possibilities.