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- Main - Canons Edition
- Short-listed for Costa Biography Award 2013 (UK); Short-listed for Transmission Prize 2014 (UK); Short-listed for Gordon Burn Prize 2014 (UK)
- Canongate Canons
- integrated black and white photos
- Integrated black and white photos.
- 198 x 133 x 22 mm
- 266 g
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One of the best books I've read about the creative uses of adversity: frightening but perversely inspiring -- HILARY MANTEL A work of art, with a voice and a mood all its own. * * Nick Hornby * * Original, brave and very moving . . . Her insights shine with beauty yet are shaded by sympathy and compassion * * Observer * * A terrific writer * * The Times * * Full of insight, compassion and unexpected beauty * * Guardian * * Haunting . . . a moving, troubling, gorgeously written book * * Independent on Sunday, Paperbacks of the Year * * Beguiling, beautifully written . . . brilliant and original -- JOHN CAREY * * The Sunday Times * * Beguiling and incisive * * New York Times * * Laing's prose is lucid and exuberant * * Financial Times * * Laing is a brilliant wordsmith and this is a beautifully accomplished book * * Independent * *
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Olivia Laing is a widely acclaimed writer and critic. Her work appears in numerous publications, including the Guardian, Observer, New Statesman, Frieze and New York Times. She's a Yaddo and MacDowell Fellow and was 2014 Eccles Writer in Residence at the British Library. Her first book, To the River, was shortlisted for the Royal Society of Literature Ondaatje Prize and the Dolman Travel Book of the Year. The Trip to Echo Spring was shortlisted for the 2013 Costa Biography Award and the 2014 Gordon Burn Prize. Her third book, The Lonely City, was shortlisted for the 2016 Gordon Burn Prize. She lives in Cambridge.