May 31, 2014
Michael Hingston's Review of the Stonehenge Letters
April 24, 2014
LitReactor.com Bookshots Review
'The Stonehenge Letters' is a fantastic book, and well done to the publisher for taking a chance on such a weird hybrid work."
April 19, 2014
Shaun Smith at Fiction Craft asks: What role does money play in your fiction?
April 16, 2014
Nobel winners on Stonehenge
April 11, 2014
The Globe and Mail - Review by Jade Colbert
" a fascinating, highly original novel."
March 25, 2014
A Pop-up Stonehenge!
February 16, 2014
Upcoming Readings for The Stonehenge Letter
April 23 - International Festival of Authors, Toronto
April 26 - Ottawa International Writers Festival
April 30 - Vancouver Book Launch - Jewish Community Centre
May 1 – TWS Reading Series, Cottage Bistro, Vancouver
May 13 – McNally Robinson, Winnipeg
May 29 – Librairie Paragraphe Bookstore, Montreal
February 7, 2014
Very pleased that Mark Medley at the National Post has named my upcoming novel - The Stonehenge Letters - one of his 25 most anticipated Canadian books of 2014.
December 29, 2014
The deed is finally done. My next novel – The Stonehenge Letters – will be out this Spring (Harper Collins in the UK and Coach House Books in Canada). As Charles Darwin would say, Hurrrah! Hurrrah!
July 6, 2013
The Academics weigh in!
May 5, 2013
March 30, 2013
Evolution of Inanimate Objects now available as an Audible Audio edition.
October 14, 2012 - More British Blog Reviews!
- Words of Mercury
- Jonathan Pincock
- The Tatooed Book
- Page Plucker
- The Virtual Victorian
- Not Designed to Juggle
- Musings from the sofa
October 12, 2012
- John Coates, 'The Hour Between Dog and Wolf'
- Nick Coleman, 'The Train in the Night'
- Mohammed Hanif, 'Our Lady of Alice Bhatti'
- Peter James, 'Perfect People'
- Rose Tremain, 'Merivel: A Man of his Time'
- Thomas Wright, 'Circulation' (WINNER!)
for making the Wellcome Trust shortlist! See Press Release
September 4, 2012
Flattered to be longlisted for the Wellcome Trust Book Prize!
Complete list of nominees.
June 8, 2012 - Trailer for Evolution of Inanimate Objects
Thanks to Sam Kay and KOVE productions for this trailer for Evolution of Inanimate Objects
March 12, 2012 - The British are Blogging!
January 28, 2012 - Hardcover UK edition of Evolution is just out!
From the Scotsman - "This may be a bagatelle of a novel, but it is one with so much charm and erudition it is more memorable than any door-stopping wodge of prose presenting itself as a diagnosis of the state of the nation."
January 1, 2012 - New British Reviews!
“Karlinsky’s retelling of Darwinian family history is ingeniously wry and original. Prepare to be moved, amused and duped when you enter this quasi Victorian World.”
Essie Fox, Author of The Somnambulist.
“Just when you think there’s nothing new to be done with the novel, along comes a book that pushes the form in a fresh direction. Harry Karlinsky’s extraordinary book slyly and playfully blurs the boundaries between fact and fiction, asking where one begins and the other ends.The Evolution of Inanimate Objects is the work of a genuinely original imagination, a complete pleasure and like no other book you have ever read.”
John Harding, author of Florence & Giles
August 18, 2011 - Evolution of Inanimate Objects reviewed in July/Aug 2011 issue of the Literary Review of Canada - “a compelling tale … entertaining … a great read”
Evolution of Inanimate Objects has also been lauded as a “jeu d'esprit” (Globe and Mail) and as a “delightfully imaginative book” (Historical Novels Review), praised for its “brilliant conception and well thought out execution” (Broken Pencil); and as “Poignant. Erudite. Understated. It is a first novel signaling the arrival of a serious and inventive new writer on the Canadian scene” (The Vancouver Sun).
All previous reviews
August 1, 2011 - Evolution of Inanimate Objects is longlisted for the 2011 Novel Relit Award
July 24, 2011 - Carolyn Swayze of the Carolyn Swayze Literary Agency has sold world English-language rights (excluding Canada) to The Evolution of Inanimate Objects and my forthcoming novel, the tentatively titled The Stonehenge Solution, to HarperCollins UK imprint The Friday Project. The books will be published in summer 2012 and 2013, respectively.