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Apr 08, 2020 - 20:39 PMBy C.K. Stead

A striking new collection of accessible yet elegant stories from literary giant and master craftsman CK SteadGathered from throughout Stead s career, these stories are a reminder of his deft storytelling and literary power They are clever, sensual, wry and beautifully written, with Stead s subtle sense of humour evident at every turn.The collection can be read as a meditaA striking new collection of accessible yet elegant stories from literary giant and master craftsman CK SteadGathered from throughout Stead s career, these stories are a reminder of his deft storytelling and literary power They are clever, sensual, wry and beautifully written, with Stead s subtle sense of humour evident at every turn.The collection can be read as a meditation on the writerly life, and includes a number of new, previously unpublished stories, including Last Season s Man , which won the Sunday Times EFG Short Story Award, as well as older stories that have been revised and rewritten Set in locations as diverse as the South of France, Sydney, Zagreb, Auckland, San Francisco and Oxford, each story is vividly drawn.This extraordinary collection, along with Stead s appointment as New Zealand Poet Laureate, confirms his position as one of our most exceptionally talented writers.
  • Title: The Name On the Door is Not Mine
  • Author: C.K. Stead
  • ISBN: 9781877505812
  • Page: 272
  • Format: Paperback

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Kathleen Dixon Apr 08, 2020 - 20:39 PM
C.K Stead is a fine and very readable writer, and this collection of short stories shows his expertise Personally, I d really only give it 3 stars, but that s because I don t engage that well with short stories so really I shouldn t read them in order to review But because this is short listed for a 2017 Award I ve challenged myself to read it Therefore, the 4 stars for its value.
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Penny Apr 08, 2020 - 20:39 PM
I m truly grateful for winning this collection of short stories by C.K Stead as amazingly, despite having read one or two stories in anthologies etc, this is the first complete collection of C.K Stead s I ve read Vivid, and sometimes painfully realistic scenes excepting the oddball title story at the end no idea where that was truly heading until the last two pages Slices of life that you could believe are in fact parts of the same person s life if you wanted to, with deliciously flawed but beau [...]
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The Name On the Door is Not Mine By C.K. Stead A striking new collection of accessible yet elegant stories from literary giant and master craftsman CK SteadGathered from throughout Stead s career, these stories are a reminder of his deft storytelling and literary power They are clever, sensual, wry and beautifully written, with Stead s subtle sense of humour evident at every turn.The collection can be read as a meditaA striking new collection of accessible yet elegant stories from literary giant and master craftsman CK SteadGathered from throughout Stead s career, these stories are a reminder of his deft storytelling and literary power They are clever, sensual, wry and beautifully written, with Stead s subtle sense of humour evident at every turn.The collection can be read as a meditation on the writerly life, and includes a number of new, previously unpublished stories, including Last Season s Man , which won the Sunday Times EFG Short Story Award, as well as older stories that have been revised and rewritten Set in locations as diverse as the South of France, Sydney, Zagreb, Auckland, San Francisco and Oxford, each story is vividly drawn.This extraordinary collection, along with Stead s appointment as New Zealand Poet Laureate, confirms his position as one of our most exceptionally talented writers.

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