Lost in America: A Dead-end Journey by Colby Buzzell Harper
In his new travelogue Lost in America, 30-something San Franciscan Colby Buzzell claims to be 'a mop prodigy': good at wielding a mop.Sunday, 21 August, 2011, 12:00am
Jack Kerouac boasted that he wrote On the Road in three weeks - a comment that led Truman Capote to disparagingly remark: 'That's not writing; that's typing.'16 Dec 2007 - 12:00am
A STATUE HAS never been erected in honour of a critic, savaged novelists sometimes say. Dale Peck is more like a candidate for the voodoo-doll-and-pins treatment. By his own admission, he is 'the most hated man in literature', renowned for ferocious attacks. Victims include Don Delillo, Jim Crace and, notoriously, Rick Moody.20 Jun 2004 - 12:00am
Steve Bowkett was born and brought up in South Wales in Britain. He taught English for 20 years and now works fulltime as a writer, hypnotherapist and creative writing tutor. Ice is his latest book
Describe Ice [Orion].
A saga of the next ice age that tells of one boy's exploration of that bleak world and his own dreams and nightmares.28 Jul 2001 - 12:00am