Saturday, June 11, 2005

"Rose Coloured Teacups" by A. S. Byatt

A tale of three generations of women, a sewing machine, and the ghosts that hover at the edge of memory. Memory, nostalgia, and the impossible past collide in this pithy study of time and transition. Read by Scoot.

Just google "A. S. Byatt" and be amazed by how much you find out about her and her many works. Or go to her own home page at Or read the jacket copy to books such as Babel Tower or Degrees of Freedom or Angels and Insects. Or see the movie based on her book Possession (no comment on its quality!). Or just sit down and read The Matisse Stories or the novel Still Life and discover the writer at her source.