A former bookseller and editor, Stuart Evers is the acclaimed author of Ten Stories About Smoking, which won the 2011 London Book Award. He lives in London.
Channelling his inner Trump here. https://t.co/p3s5Z31ofg
by @StuartEvers - 9 minutes ago
Sons bought their mother the new Joan Didion. They're not only cute, but also have a very developed literary sensibility.
by @StuartEvers - 11 minutes ago
RT @rblandford: When's MEN'S Mother's Day then?
by @StuartEvers - 14 minutes ago
@i_am_mill_i_am Me too. Will hunt out.
by @StuartEvers - 42 minutes ago
@i_am_mill_i_am You ever hear The City LP? King and band is divine.
by @StuartEvers - 44 minutes ago
Booker Longlist predictions - 8 months ago
I think everyone's said that this year is a bit of a mystery; I'm not able to disagree with that. I think there are some that are givens - Garth Greenwald and Sarah Perry - but even them, with the 'wrong' judges could fall short.I have done very badly over the last few years - I think par would be to get 5 - any more than that is a bonus. I still think the book to beat is Edna O'Brien.
Another 100 word short story - one year ago
The Last Noel: a Christmas Story - one year ago
[I asked Twitter and Facebook for a subject or idea for a Christmas story. I received a wide variety of sensible, weird and filthy ideas; but the combination of television and radio superstar Noel Edmonds and a post-Apocalyptic London was irresistible. Merry Christmas. God help us, everyone.]
Man Booker 2014 - Shortlist Predictions - 2 years ago
After an astonishingly poor showing for my longlist predictions - just one out of 13 - it's probably not a good reason to pay any heed to my shortlist choices. But a tradition is a tradition, so here we go with my thoughts for the six that will go toe-to-toe later in the year.
Murakami - normality versus the ordinary - 2 years ago
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