You can read an excerpt from Dr. Sarah Tolmie‘s latest novel, The Little Animals, online. Described by Ursula LeGuin as “vibrant with life and activity, fascinating in its strangeness and its familiarity,” the novel is the story of the 17th-century Delft scientist Antoni van Leeuwenhoek–and a mysterious goose girl. And if you haven’t read The Art of Dying, shortlisted for the Griffin Poetry Prize, it might make an excellent complement to autumn.
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