The Bookseller – 2011-02-23
Written By: Charlotte Williams Publication Date: Wed, 23/02/2011 - 09:34 Margaret Atwood, Alan Bennett and John Le Carre will be among the authors headlining the World Book Night launch event in Trafalgar Square on 4th March. Graham Norton will compere the event, with Philip Pullman, Sarah Waters, Mark Haddon and Derek Walcott also among those who will be reading and performing on the night. Nick Cave, Rupert Everett, Hanif Kureishi, D B C Pierre, Edna O'Brien and Lemn Sissay complete the...
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CBC – 2011-06-01
The Blind Assassin by Canadian writer Margaret Atwood has been tapped as the inaugural entry for a new, Twitter-based book club.
The Bookseller – 2011-02-16
Written By: Philip Jones Publication Date: Wed, 16/02/2011 - 07:06 Author Margaret Atwood used her Tools of Change keynote speech to warn the industry not to eliminate authors, and make sure they...
The Huffington Post – 2010-02-18
What's Your Reaction? "Anybody who writes a book is an optimist," the much-honored writer says, with a dry impishness, in a phone interview. "First of all, they think they're going to finish it....
The Book Seller – 2009-02-20
After pulling out of the Emirates Airlines...
Guardian – 2008-06-17
Jun 26: Margaret Atwood has won Spain's Prince of Asturias literary prize for a body of work amounting to 25 volumes of poetry, fiction and nonfiction
GigaOM – 2012-10-24
Community writing site Wattpad is publishing its first serial. Cowritten by Margaret Atwood and Naomi Alderman, "The Happy Zombie Sunrise Home" will be posted on Wattpad's site through January....
The Bookseller – 2012-10-24
Authors Margaret Atwood (pictured) and Naomi Alderman are to collaborate on a new fiction series...
Publishing Perspectives – 2012-10-25
“Their skulls are soft, more or less like pumpkins," so says Margaret Atwood and Naomi Alderman's serialized new zombie novel for e-publisher Wattpad.
CBC – 2013-02-13
CanLit icon Margaret Atwood leads a powerhouse trio of authors tapped to choose the winner of the 2013 Giller Prize.
The Bookseller – 2013-03-13
Margaret Atwood's next novel, MaddAddam, will be published by Bloomsbury on 29th August. The...
CBC – 2013-07-27
Margaret Atwood's first opera, about the life of Canadian writer and performer Pauline Johnson, is on pace to debut in Vancouver next May after several years of delay.
Los Angeles Times – 2013-08-30
The dystopian novel 'MaddAddam' ends the trilogy that includes 'Oryx and Crake' and 'The Year of the Flood' with biblical echoes and a sense of humor.Sometimes Margaret Atwood can get a little goofy....
The Huffington Post – 2013-09-04
"MaddAddam" by Margaret Atwood Doubleday, $27.95 Published on September 3, 2013 What is it about? The third installment in Atwood's trilogy of the same name, "MaddAddam" picks up where "The Year of...
Salon.com – 2013-09-09
The author talks about "MaddAddam," how technology affects our lives, and being dubbed "Queen of the Nerds"
The Bookseller – 2013-09-09
Novelists Margaret Atwood and Howard Jacobson are the latest recruits to the Hogarth Shakespeare...
Publishing Perspectives – 2013-09-12
Hogarth Press has enlisted Margaret Atwood to re-imagine "The Tempest," while Booker Prize-winner Howard Jacobson will write a novel based on "The Merchant of Venice."
The Huffington Post – 2013-10-01
Canadian literary icon Margaret Atwood has joined the chorus of prominent Canadian women calling for the lyrics of "O Canada" to be more gender-neutral amid the launch of an official campaign to...
Fast Company – 2013-12-29
Take a look back at the stories about stories published on Co.Create in 2013, including pearls of wisdom from Ricky Gervais, Margaret Atwood, a former Pixar artist, and the rest of the best.The...
The Huffington Post – 2014-01-23
What do two women who are pillars of Canadian literature talk about when put in an interview setting? For Margaret Atwood and Alice Munro, it means a conversation that meanders from Munro's love for...
Publishers Weekly – 2013-09-04
In a promotional event timed to coincide with the global release of Margaret Atwood’s new novel MaddAdam, her publisher, Doubleday, is teaming with Wattpad to release an exclusive essay about the...
The Bookseller – 2014-03-06
Six debut novelists will compete against writers at the “top of their form” on the...
BBC – 2014-03-07
Margaret Atwood, Donna Tartt and Booker winner Eleanor Catton are among the novelists longlisted for this year's Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction.
The Christian Science Monitor – 2014-06-07
Atwood's acclaimed 'MaddAddam' series will reportedly be the basis for a series of the same name produced by HBO.
The Guardian – 2014-09-05
Novelist says it is 'delicious' to be first contributor to the Future Library, which will compile 100 texts for publication in 2114Depending on perspective, it is an author's dream or nightmare:...
CBC – 2014-09-05
Margaret Atwood will be the first writer to submit work for a project called the Future Library, which means that her manuscript will not be released for 100 years.
Fast Company – 2014-09-05
The novelist is the first author to commit to public art project Future Library.Award-winning author Margaret Atwood is writing a new book--but don't expect to pre-order it on Amazon anytime soon....
The Christian Science Monitor – 2014-09-09
Through the Future Library project, Atwood's newest work will be hidden for 100 years and finally printed in 2114.
CBC – 2014-10-08
One year after Alice Munro's stunning Nobel win, what are the odds another Canadian could take Thursday's prestigious prize?
The Guardian – 2015-01-30
Drawing on her panoramic reading and her experiences of the authorly life cycle, Atwood surveys her trade with a mix of seriousness and gentle fun“You may find the subject a little peculiar,”...
Salon.com – 2015-02-09
The celebrated author speaks to a class of military academy cadets about her dystopian novel "The Handmaid's Tale"
The Bookseller – 2015-03-12
A new standalone novel from Margaret Atwood will be published by Bloomsbury in September. The Heart Goes Last, Atwood's first standalone novel since the Man Booker Prize-winning The Blind Assassin...
BBC – 2015-03-12
Margaret Atwood's first stand-alone novel in 15 years will be published in September, alongside a new collection of short stories.
Publishers Weekly – 2015-03-13
'The Heart Goes Last,' which will be published in the U.S. on September 29, marks the celebrated Canadian author’s first stand-alone novel in 15 years.
Yahoo! News – 2015-03-14
Canadian author Margaret Atwood has a new book headed out in September, set in the same near-future dystopia as her Positron stories, which have all been released online. Atwood has, in recent years,...
The Christian Science Monitor – 2015-03-17
Atwood's recent work includes 'MaddAdam' and the short story collection 'The Stone Mattress.'
The Bookseller – 2015-05-23
More than 150 writers from around the world, including Margaret Atwood, Karl Ove Knausgaard, Yann Martel, Salman Rushdie and Colm Tóibín, have condemned the murders of three secular bloggers in...
BBC – 2015-05-26
Margaret Atwood becomes the first of 100 authors to enter a manuscript into the Future Library, a project collecting works not to be published until 2114.
The Guardian – 2015-05-27
We follow Atwood through a wet forest in Norway as she hands over the manuscript for a book that won’t be read for 100 years. Plus: David Mitchell is named as the project’s next writerSodden with...
The Guardian – 2015-06-25
The novelist is contributing her own cartoons, detailing her experiences as a young woman, to Kickstarter-funded The Secret Loves of Geek GirlsMargaret Atwood is taking a short break from writing...
Fast Company – 2015-07-22
It's art. It's literature. It's optimism.In May, Booker Prize-winning novelist Margaret Atwood delivered a completed manuscript to Oslo, Norway, where—if all goes as planned—it will remain,...
The Huffington Post – 2015-10-02
The very last words printed inside Margaret Atwood’s new novel, The Heart Goes Last, appropriately come straight from the heart. “My special thanks to Graeme Gibson,” she writes,...
The Guardian – 2016-01-20
Robert Bringhurst’s translations of Haida stories in A Story as Sharp as a Knife are published in the UK for the first time, thanks to the Booker winner’s championing of this ‘book of...