"In a compact, deftly organized book, which author Susan Greenfield always refers to as an essay, she ambitiously attempts two formidable quests: 1) to determine a physical basis for identity, and 2) to pin down what she calls “subjective firsthand experience of what it’s like to be you and me” (p. 130). With barely a preface or introduction, she gets right down to her topic systematically." Read more of Linda Chown's detailed and thought provoking review.
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Blogcritics, March 11
Ramingo!, March 20
"In Smoke, Berger and Demirel suggest, through a series of brilliantly inventive illustrations, that society’s attitude to smoke is both paradoxical and intolerant. It portrays a world in which smokers, banished from public places, must encounter one another as outlaws..." read the review online at Ramingo!
Blogcritics, November 15
Originally appearing in the Katherine Mansfield Society newsletter, Linda Chown's enthralling review of Kirsty Gunn's My Katherine Mansfield Project has been republished on the Blog Critics website.
Blogcritics, February 25
Thoroughly enjoyable, erudite and enlightening review of Lavinia Greenlaw's Questions of Travel written by American writer and professor, Linda Chown, available to read on the extremely well respected blogcritics.org
"This bountiful book rocks away in a stunning mélange between strange and sure, between factual thought and exhaustive experience..."
Vanity Fair UK, December 15
Brains and beauty: the imaginary wish list of the uber stylish and incredibly iconic Catherine Deneuve features the Notting Hill Editions collections amongst the great and the good. Excellent company we say!