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hi there, actually i think there are alot of really good men writers. My favourites being Cormac McCathey (the Road was simply amazing), Ian McEwan, Douglas Coupland,Oliver Jeffers, Bret Easton Ellis-and all of these guys are modern well read writers. And they can write a good sentence or two. btw-i...
I've just started 'the book of lost things' by john Connolly, who i've never read before. Already the writing feels warm and deep and it reminds me a little of Atonement by McEwan. Before that i had read Miranda July-'No one belongs here more than you'-a collection of her short stories. Has anyone r...
- March 16th, 2010, 8:37 am
- Forum: Books
- Topic: What author would you have dinner with/what would you ask?
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hi there, i would love to have dinner with Haruki Murakami and ask him how he feels about his novels, how he writes them? Do they grow all the time, easily, as he writes, or do they come out hard and bruised and painfully?? As for dead novelists i would love to talk to J.D. Salinger, hemmingway, and...