Times Literary Supplement

Book Review: A Girl is a Half-formed Thing, by Eimear McBride

By libertyc
July 7, 2013 // 1 Comment

Eimear McBride’s first novel, “A Girl Is a Half-formed Thing,” published as both a print volume and an e-book by tiny UK independent Galley Beggar Press, comes garlanded with rapturous reviews. Writing in the Times Literary Supplement, David Collard professed himself: “seduced [...]

Book Bloggers: Are they killing lit criticism, or saving it?

By libertyc
September 29, 2012 // 2 Comments

Earlier this week, the Chair of this year’s Man Booker prize judges, Peter Stothard, made headlines when he suggested that the overabundance of book bloggers today “is drowning out serious criticism, to the detriment of literature,” according to an article in the Guardian. From [...]

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