As we round the corner of Typographical Era’s first anniversary, we’ve decided to continue our Best Read in the year tradition, and what a year it has been! Between translations, short stories, novels, memoirs, and essays, readers of all genres will surely find Typographical Era’s Best Read in 2013 list to be a great place to start for reading endeavors in 2014. At least we hope so. Here’s to a great year in reading and to another great year for Typographical Era. Cheers!
Welcome to Conversational Era, a new semi-regular collaborative feature which finds us chatting with readers, authors, & fellow bloggers about a myriad of different subjects.
Today, Jackie Bailey joins Aaron and Karli for an in-depth spoiler-free discussion about Alissa Nutting’s Flaherty-Dunnan longlisted novel Tampa.
Screw year-end best of lists. Could there be anything more boring than having to sift through yet another mind-numbing list of supposedly “must-read” titles? This year we’re doing something different. Instead of celebrating the same tired jumble of books that everyone else is already endlessly talking up, we’re taking a moment to celebrate awfulness.
Back in April of this year, we told you about 10 page to film adaptations we’d love to see. After another 6 months of voracious reading, we’ve come up with a few more book to film adaptations we’d love to see on the silver screen. Have a look below and tell us, which books would you add to the list?
Earlier this week the longlist for the 2013 Flaherty-Dunnan First Novel Prize was revealed. Containing a staggering 22 titles, this list serves to showcase the best debut fiction of the past year. For those unfamiliar with the prize, it is described as as follows on its official website: