For Booklovers and Writers
Future Library project
(From The Guardian) David Mitchell...is the second contributor to the Scottish artist Katie Paterson's Future Library project, for which 1,000 trees were planted two years ago in Oslo's Nordmarka forest. Starting with Margaret Atwood, who last year handed over the manuscript of a text called Scribbler Moon, each year for the next 100 years an author will deliver a piece of writing which will only be read in 2114, when the trees are chopped down to make paper on which the 100 texts will be printed.
Updated Series Series (Reading order) pages: Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum series;
The Usual Questions Project
More authors have answered The Usual Questions, our quirky, Q and A sessions.
Anyone who is a professional can be part of the project: authors, illustrators, film-makers, performers. The Usual Questions index page has a list of the authors and film-makers and illustrators participating in the project.
This issue, the following authors and editors and illustrators have responded:
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