April 26, 2018April 26, 2018
In a recent conversation with Maureen, we both noted that things have begun to feel far less like discrete...
April 24, 2018April 24, 2018
I genuinely envy the clear principles and processes by which others have selected their six titles, but I’m afraid...
April 19, 2018April 19, 2018
In compiling my personal Shadow Clarke shortlist, I’ve opted to forego the pressures of dutiful or adventurous reading, and...
April 17, 2018April 17, 2018
I really liked the thought process Nick talked about in his Reading List piece, and how the books he’s...
April 13, 2018April 13, 2018
By Maureen Kincaid Speller Choices are difficult. I’m not always good at making them. Lengthy restaurant menus are torture...
April 10, 2018April 10, 2018
My criteria for the selection of these six titles this year – none of which I have read –...
March 6, 2018March 6, 2018
Guest post by Helen Marshall * Dr Helen Marshall is an acclaimed writer, editor and book historian. She is...
March 1, 2018March 1, 2018
By Prof. Sarah Annes Brown America City — Chris Beckett (Atlantic Books) Set a century or so in the future,...
February 15, 2018February 15, 2018
By Nick Hubble A key part of the purpose of the Shadow Jury last year was not just to...
February 14, 2018February 14, 2018
By Foz Meadows When I was growing up, my parents worked with words: my mother as an editor and...
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