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Airmail by Marieke Hardy, & Michaela McGuire (Paperback, 2015)

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Airmail: Taking Women of Letters to the World by Marieke Hardy, & Michaela McGuire

Women of Letters have conquered the world with their passion for correspondence. Taking their literary salons on a global tour, they've collected an astounding and sweeping array of contributions from some of the world's brightest talents.

From Ubud, award-winning author Lionel Shriver writes with unexpected nostalgia about her days as an unknown novelist.

Musician Moby pays tribute from Los Angeles to his favourite David Bowie song, even while acknowledging the frustration of feeling like he'll never live up to it.

Writer, actor and Rookie Magazine founder Tavi Gevinson sends a dispatch from Chicago about the importance of getting stuff done instead of waiting for inspiration to hit.

And much-loved and bestselling novelist Monica McInerney posts a note from Dublin about how sometimes the things that don't happen to us can affect us as strongly as the things that do.

Containing two years of missives from live events held in Indonesia, the USA, the UK and Ireland, Airmail is the first international anthology in the Women of Letters series.


Format: Paperback | 464 pages

Dimensions (cm): 21.6 x 15.3 x 3.4 | 582g

Publication Date: 25 Mar 2015

Publisher: Penguin Random House Australia

Imprint: Viking

Publication City/Country: Sydney, Australia

Language: English

Illustrations note: b&w illustrations

Edition Number: 1

ISBN10: 0670078662

ISBN13: 9780670078660


Condition: Good

A book that has been read but is in good condition. Minimal damage to the cover including minor scuff marks along the edges and very minor creasing, but no holes or tears. The majority of pages are undamaged with minimal creasing but no tearing. No pencil underlining of text, no highlighting of text, no writing in margins. There are minor blotches of discolouring, most of which is visible on the first page. No missing pages.