For Week Four of #MARM I share a handful of my favourite Margaret Atwood quotations.
We look back at the 1981 political thriller ‘Bodily Harm’ for Margaret Atwood Reading Month.
This week I share a few of my many favourite Margaret Atwood book covers.
A fun tag in which I share a picture (or ‘shelfie’) of a favourite bookshelf and answer ten associated questions. This time I celebrate Margaret Atwood Reading Month.
A comprehensive checklist of Margaret Atwood’s publications from 1961 to the present day.
Based on the true story of one of the most enigmatic and notorious women of the 1840s, Margaret Atwood has created an extraordinarily potent tale of sexuality, cruelty and mystery.
My sixth and final day at Hay Festival 2018.
Snap happy at Hay!
Can we ever be wholly free? In this book Margaret Atwood holds a mirror up to our own world. The reflection we are faced with, of men and women in prisons literal and metaphorical, is frightening but not without hope.
I came late to Margaret Atwood – and by late I mean the first book I read by this Canadian literary phenomenon was The Blind Assassin, her suspenseful 2000 Man Booker Prize winner.