William Fiennes has contributed to Granta, the London Review of Books, the Observer, the Daily Telegraph and the Times Literary Supplement. He lives in Oxford, England. He is the author of the acclaimed The Snow Geese.
As well as giving us a chance to read (or reread) some of the best works of literature from the past forty years, the advent of the Picador Classic series also seemed the perfect opportunity to ask the authors some big questions – about life and literature, their current obse...
This Christmas we've asked our authors lots of questions about books they love and hate, the year just passed and the one to come.William Fiennes, author of The Snow Geeseand The Music Room, a mesmerizing, heartstopping tribute to his older brother and the house in which they grew u...
The Music Room by William Fiennes has made the shortlist for the Royal Society of Literature's Ondaatje Prize 2010. The £10,000 prize is awarded annually to a book of 'the highest literary merit best evoking the spirit of place'.
RT @sapphobot: and lovely laughing—oh it
puts the heart in my chest on wings
for when I look at you, even a moment, no speaking
by @williamfiennes - 14 hours ago
@stephanieboland Alphonse Daudet’s In the Land of Pain https://t.co/0f6ZB1Tv0x
by @williamfiennes - 15 hours ago
@anthony_mcgowan Am on point of subscribing, Tone, but the latest issue contains Erotic Fiction entitled “Cricket W… https://t.co/PI4jvVgvty
by @williamfiennes - 21 hours ago
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