- Susie Wild
- Susie Wild is a poet, writer, journalist, critic, lecturer, festival organiser and editor based in Cardiff. Her debut poetry collection 'Better Houses' is out through Parthian Books and all good bookshops on and offline 1 October 2017. 'The Art of Contraception' was her first book. It was long-listed for the Edge Hill Short Story Prize 2011 and won 'Fiction Book of the Year' in the Welsh Icons Awards 2010. Her Kindle novella 'Arrivals' was released globally through Parthian Books in May 2011. She edited the illustrated short story anthology 'Rarebit' for Parthian's 21st birthday, released December 2013. Illustrated by John Abell. She is Publishing Editor at one of Wales' Leading Indie Publishers, Parthian Books. @Soozerama
Thursday, 22 September 2011
Technology, commodification, vacuous marketing-speak, tweeting – the doyen of science fiction writers marvellously exposes the nature of our late capitalist world
Posted by Susie Wild at 04:07
Wednesday, 21 September 2011
Looks like a spin on the Lori Drew story to me, and also quite terrible...
Posted by Susie Wild at 06:18
Monday, 19 September 2011
"Fascinating piece in the New York Times about novelists' work rates. Pricked into writing by the recent appearance of The Marriage Plot, Jeffrey Eugenides' first novel in nine years, Dwight Garner (for it is he) argues that authors really need to produce more than a book a decade if they don't want to risk that we will "have learned to live without them". This chimed with me: just this weekend, I finished All That I Am, the long-awaited second book from Anna Funder, who first came to our notice with Stasiland, published in 2003. I loved the book – really, truly loved it – but confess in the eight years between this book and that, I've wondered on occasion whether I'd ever read anything by her again."
Posted by Susie Wild at 13:12
Sunday, 18 September 2011
"Renowned anthropologist Daniel Miller introduces his new book, Tales from Facebook, the result of an in-depth study of the way that Facebook impacts on its users' lives. In this interview, he explains why Facebook interests him as an anthropologist and describes some of his findings. Full details about the book can be found at Polity.co.uk"
Quite interesting, I saw him speak at How the light gets in and he made some good points...
How Twitter will revolutionise academic research and teaching:
Posted by Susie Wild at 05:16
Wednesday, 14 September 2011
Authors dread being asked where their ideas come from, but if we can't talk about unhinged belief, what else is there to ask?
Posted by Susie Wild at 03:52
Tuesday, 13 September 2011
"Sean Duffy targeted Facebook tribute pages and posted videos on YouTube taunting the dead victims and their families"
Posted by Susie Wild at 10:34