Writers and their Books: The Financial Times

This past weekend, the Financial Times had a fun excerpt from Unpacking My Library: Writers and Their Books. The book and article feature photographs and prominent writers’ thoughts on their book collections, including those books that had the greatest impact on them as writers (and people), the most “important” books, and how they keep their books organized (or not). Writers featured in the article include Philip Pullman (shown above), Junot Díaz, and Claire Messud. You can check out the full article here.

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About Julie @ Tea & Paper

Book lover, native Washingtonian, writer.

2 responses to “Writers and their Books: The Financial Times

  1. This is at the top of my wishlist! It’s been so hard not to run out and buy it for myself, but I’ve got to leave something for Santa to bring…

  2. Pingback: The 2012 TBR stack is already growing… « Tea & Paper

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