Home from the Vinyl Cafe: A Year of Stories - Stuart McLean Reviews
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Stuart McLean Home from the Vinyl Cafe: A Year of Stories
Pages: 272, Edition: New edition, Paperback, Granta Books
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by - written on 26/11/09 (Very useful, 73 readings)
One of the few things I miss about my home city of Aberdeen is the annual Word Festival. It is a writers festival held at the university, and at Word I discovered so many wonderful authors, as well as attending plenty of fascinating debates. One of those authors is Stuart McLean. He is a Canadian radio presenter, and is famous as the storytelling host of 'The Vinyl Café'. He has published collections of stories told on his show, and one of these is Home From The Vinyl Café. The stories are about Dave, owner of a record store called the Vinyl Café, his wife Morley, and their children, Sam and Stephanie. Things tend to never go according to plan, but ... Read the complete review
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