The Wolf Border — Sarah Hall. Rachel has spent almost a decade in Idaho, monitoring wolves on a reservation but an unplanned pregnancy, the death of her mother and the offer of a job supporting the reintroduction of the Grey Wolf to Great Britain sees her returning to the Lake District.
The Wolf Border considers a variety of different intersections that humans come up against — birth, death, addiction, love, political change and, of course, nature. The precision of the language, particularly in the descriptions of the Lake District and the wolves, is superb as is the characterisation of Rachel. One of our best novelists, probably her best book.
Filled with as many moments of humour as it is ones of magical realism, the collection allows its women to take control of their own sexuality and fulfilment. Entertaining, smart and thoughtful. A beautifully rendered world. He refuses, assuming they will return her unharmed.
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An interesting examination of power and privilege. Talk of the Toun — Helen MacKinven. Prepare to be angry. The panel on diversity chaired by Nikki Bedi and including Danuta Kean and Nikesh Shukla and the discussion with Simon Savidge, chaired by Matt Thorne on blogging and the changing face of reviewing. Best cover ever. I suppose this is a very mini version of In the Media with not quite so catchy a title.
There are a few things that have caught my attention lately that I thought were worth sharing. No surprise that the majority of the group are female. You can find out more about the authors, read extracts from the books and find out how to join in the discussion on the website. Also on The Pool and worth reading every week is Sali Hughes. I went into Foyles on the Southbank last week and face on to the door, first book you saw as you walked in was Dust by Yvonne Adhiambo Owuor.
I was impressed and I bought it. Heels as compulsory footwear for women may or may not depending which day it is someone asks be part of their dress policy. Also in Australia, the shortlist for the Miles Franklin Award was revealed, four of the five shortlisted writers are women. The O.
Henry Prize Stories for were announced. Of the twenty selected, fifteen were by women. Photograph by Kwesi Abbensetts. Not surprisingly, there has been a whole range of articles, from a whole range of view points, about mothers and motherhood this week. Now What? In the UK, there was a general election. Photograph by Murdo MacLeod. How has this become normal? Vigilante — Shelley Harris Jenny Pepper, 42, manager of a charity bookshop, married to Elliot, graphic designer, with a year-old daughter, Martha, is fed-up of her life. The Last Act of Love — Cathy Rentzenbrink When Cathy Rentzenbrink was seventeen, her sixteen-year-old brother, Matty, was hit by a car and left in a persistent vegetative state for eight years.
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