After Writing – Reading

As always, after an intense spell of writing, I like to return to reading. Reading for leisure, for pleasure, for the act of reading itself. Reading to no agenda other than to follow word after word, sentence after sentence so that I might be surprised by a discovery, a nudge, a startling fact, a sense … Continue reading After Writing – Reading

Life Stories: Non-Fiction

Photograph of the cover of Deborah Levy's Real Estate and Joan Didion's Let me tell you what I mean - both covers use shades of red and I am wearing red runners I have been immersed in fiction and writing but for the next few weeks I am turning my attention to reading about the … Continue reading Life Stories: Non-Fiction

Reading & Staying Put

Image of candle burning and eight books. Magda Szab√≥ The Door Grace Wilentz The Limit of LightRaymond Carter Cathedral Margaret Atwood On Writers and WritingEva Baltasar PermafrostDeborah Levy The Man Who Saw EverythingEdith Eger The Giftthe Paris Review Winter 2020 235 And this is my current reading pile, some of which I am reading for … Continue reading Reading & Staying Put