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.
@KitCaless It is, isn't it. The last line of the first part...
by @StuartEvers - 4 hours ago
@WaterstonesPicc @JuliaKingsford @Foyles @PenguinUKBooks @thebookseller Ah yes, Roger taught us a lot. His enthusia… https://t.co/p7PtNRIdah
by @StuartEvers - 5 hours ago
@JuliaKingsford @WaterstonesPicc @Foyles @PenguinUKBooks @thebookseller Certainly better than having to let special… https://t.co/fkxPuPaZNJ
@WaterstonesPicc @JuliaKingsford @Foyles @PenguinUKBooks @thebookseller Also, Belinda Carlisle asking for books on… https://t.co/yS2egQzham
@WaterstonesPicc @JuliaKingsford @Foyles @PenguinUKBooks @thebookseller Yes, used to stop in a lot. I only saw him once though.
Booker Longlist predictions - 9 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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