All posts tagged Elliot Perlman
IN 2005, the much-loved author Elliot Perlman visited Amsterdam. He was on tour for his newly-released book, Seven Types of Ambiguity. While enjoying a walk by the canals, he couldn’t help but notice a very happy cat — “the most blissed out, contented living thing I have ever seen” — sunbathing in a bay window, said Perlman over tea in an Elsternwick cafe.
THE only survivor in Australia to have been part of the Sobibor uprising of October 1943 will speak at an event in Adelaide commemorating the 70th anniversary of the historic revolt.
Author Elliot Perlman has penned the beginning of a short story. It’s now up to you to write the end of the story and be in the running to win
“YOU are on your own, there is no drum roll, no string section, no fanfare. It’s like any other time you’ve been in that moment by yourself for years and […]