Margaret Atwood articles over last 30 days

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2015/03/05 07:25
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... of the most influential economists of our time", according to the Nobel Economics Award's committee, French Professor Jean Tirole receives the 2014 Economics Award for his analysis of market...
2015/03/05 07:25
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2015/03/04 19:16
2015/03/04 19:16
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Toronto start-up Wattpad is looking for ways to boost revenue as competitors fire up similar online story-sharing services. Photo / Wattpad Wattpad Technology has become the world's biggest online...
2015/03/02 13:31
2015/03/02 13:31
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Booker Prize-winning writer Margaret Atwood, who spoke at the Norfolk Festival of Nature, with, (from left), Ms Atwood's partner, fellow Canadian novelist Graeme Gibson, writer Mark Cocker and...
2015/03/02 13:07
2015/03/02 13:07
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TORONTO - The Pan American Games schedule is set and it should put Canada's men's field hockey team on a collision course with arch-rival Argentina. The field hockey schedule was released Monday for...
2015/03/01 11:49
2015/03/01 11:49
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Online reading is opening up a whole new world of connections Far from destroying reading, the internet is making it a more interactive experience Connected: online book clubs and apps offer readers...
2015/02/27 23:18
2015/02/27 23:18
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Author Kathryn Heyman, who recently published her fifth book Floodline. Photo: Nick Moir On a cool London night in 2012, the writer Louise Doughty, settling down for an evening alone, was interrupted...
2015/02/23 19:20
2015/02/23 19:20
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Canada's national anthem pays tribute to astronaut Chris Hadfield, but not astronaut Julie Payette, Liberal MP Mauril Belanger said Monday while pushing his private member's bill to make O Canada's...
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2015/02/22 20:37
2015/02/22 20:37
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Marking the 20th anniversary of the Bath Literature Festival, now The Independent Bath Literature Festival, the project was led by its artistic director Viv Groskop. Among the honoured authors are...
2015/02/20 17:01
2015/02/20 17:01
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So you want to get paid for your writing, but you’ve never been published. You have no formal experience, and no one’s ever hired you for a writing-related job. The professional legwork that comes...
2015/02/20 16:20
2015/02/20 16:20
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Laura van den Berg follows her widely-lauded short story collections “What the World Will Look Like When All the Water Leaves Us” and “The Isle of Youth” with “Find Me,” a novel about a woman’s...
2015/02/19 21:47
2015/02/19 21:47
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This is the era of the book round-up. 30 books everyone should read before they're 30; 20 books they should read in their 20s; 50 books all women should read; 12 books introverts will love....
2015/02/19 01:42
2015/02/19 01:42
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Creepy, Calculating and Controlling: All the Ways Big Brother Is Watching You By John W. Whitehead February 16, 2015 “You had to live—did live, from habit that became instinct—in the assumption that...
2015/02/19 00:00
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Developer Liz Dunn. Credit: Tara Gimmer Liz Dunn is the woman behind many successful real estate rehab projects on Capitol Hill, including Melrose Market and the Piston & Ring building. She’s the...
2015/02/18 23:20
2015/02/18 23:20
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A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night: Sheila Vand as The Girl Photo: Philippa Hawker Writer-director Ana Lily Amirpour set out to make a pop, surreal fairytale that also happens to be an Iranian vampire...
2015/02/18 03:56
2015/02/18 03:56
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Submitted by John Whitehead vbia The Rutherford Institute, “You had to live—did live, from habit that became instinct—in the assumption that every sound you made was overheard, and, except in...
2015/02/17 00:48
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I tend to be drawn to characters who are not rule followers, who behave in unexpected and unusual ways. In real life, we are often so bound by social convention, but at the same time we all have...
2015/02/12 11:28
2015/02/12 11:28
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It is a grim day in January and we are walking towards Walthamstow Marshes on the outskirts of east London. Seagulls straggle the sky, grey against grey, like flakes of ash from a dwindling fire. With...
2015/02/10 14:37
2015/02/10 14:37
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As the person spoke, it would be utterly impossible for me not to play mental Supreme Court judge, mulling the veracity of every tiny detail, sniffing out every anachronism, questioning every...
2015/02/09 23:09
2015/02/09 23:09
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The last time I saw Brink was at the Open Book festival in Cape Town in September 2014. Earlier in the day, I met Brink and his wife, Karina Szczurek, at the Waterfront, where we reminisced about...
2015/02/07 12:37
2015/02/07 12:37
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Es Devlin is, it’s fair to say, the most wide-ranging designer of her generation – able not merely to switch between opera, theatre, pop and fashion, but to cross-pollinate them. Her latest venture is...
2015/03/05 07:25
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