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Now displaying: December, 2019
Dec 25, 2019

Season's greetings, everyone! Join Sophie and Alex as they discuss some of their favourite books from the year, including a round-up of what they read for the show in 2019.

Papertrail is going on hiatus for the first half of 2019, but there are plenty of episodes in the back-catalogue so gorge yourself on them and we'll see you in the future for 'season 2'.

Happy holidays!

Sophie's Choices:

  • Cassandra At The Wedding - Dorothy Baker
  • Voices from Chernobyl - Svetlana Alexievich
  • Thus Were Their Faces - Silvina Ocampo

From the show:

  • Prater Violet - Christopher Isherwood
  • This Is Not A Novel - David Markson
  • Constellations - Sinéad Gleeson

Alex's Choices:

  • Ombria in Shadow - Patricia A McKillip
  • The Fisherman - John Langan
  • Doggerland - Ben Smith

From the show:

  • Homesick For Another World - Otessa Moshfegh
  • Grief Is The Thing With Feathers - Max Porter
  • The Snow Leopard - Peter Matthiessen

 

MUSIC BY: SCOTT GRATTON

Dec 9, 2019

Lucia Osborne-Crowley is a writer and journalist. Her news reporting and literary work has appeared in Granta, the Sunday Times, HuffPost UK, the Guardian, and others. ‘I Choose Elena’ is her first book.

Lucia's Book Choices:

  • Make It Scream Make It Burn by Leslie Jamison
  • Constellations: Reflections from life by Sinéad Gleeson
  • The Water Cure by Sophie Mackintosh

You can follow Lucia on twitter @LuciaOC_

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