Margaret Eleanor Atwood, (born November 18, 1939) is a Canadian poet, novelist, literary critic, essayist, and environmental activist.
You have only to take. Margaret Atwood, from Selected Poems II: 1976 - 1986
Margaret Atwood on the miniseries adaptation of her dystopian novel 'The Handmaid's Tale' https…
We asked Margaret Atwood about Donald Trump. Her answer was great.
Margaret Atwood and Elisabeth Moss tell why 'The Handmaid’s Tale' is so relevant now
"Women's rights are human rights unless you have decided women aren't human" -Margaret Atwood
Margaret Atwood and Elisabeth Moss on the Urgency of The Handmaid’s Tale
LITERATURE - What 1985 novel by Margaret Atwood has been adapted to television by Hulu with Elisabeth Moss playing the main character?
Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid’s Tale is to be serialized on television, in an adaptation, starring Elisabeth Moss, that will stream on Hulu
“I exist in two places. here, and where you are.” - Margaret Atwood, “Corpse Song.“ (via wordsnquotes)
“It’s still you. It’s still you.” - Margaret Atwood, Shapechangers In Winter. (via wordsnquotes)
So... I want to get into reading some graphic novels, because it's a pretty cool medium. I started with Angel Catbird 1&2 by Margaret Atwood
"Men are afraid that women will laugh at them. Women are afraid that men will kill them." — Margaret Atwood
I taught a novel for the 1st time,12 years ago. Did the best I could then, not knowing how much it would matter now.
"In the end, we'll all become stories." Margaret Atwood
ya it's really good! Watched it yesterday:) I'm actually reading The Heart goes Last by Margaret Atwood (one of my fave authors)
From the incomparable a beautiful essay on her classic "Handmaid's Tale" and its resonance today.
"A word after a word after a word is power." ~Margaret Atwood
Cannot WAIT to check it out. Margaret Atwood >>>>>
Are you a fan of "world goes to *" stories? I liked A Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood and Stark by Ben Elton
The Eskimos had fifty-two names for snow because it was important to them: there ought to be as many for love. . - Margaret Atwood
On page 27 of 324 of The Handmaid's Tale, by Margaret Atwood
"If I waited for perfection, I would never write a word." - Margaret Atwood https:/…
So timely, so necessary: Margaret Atwood on what "The Handmaid's Tale" means in the time of Trump.
Watching Margaret Atwood try to figure out how to use the fare machine on the new Spadina streetcar is the most Toronto t…
Publishing a book is like stuffing a note into a bottle and hurling out to sea. You never know who your readers mig…
On page 128 of 311 of The Handmaid's Tale, by Margaret Atwood
I love Margaret Atwood, in case you didn't know. Read this. Then read The Handmaid's Tale if you haven't already.
And you play the safe game . the orphan game . the ragged winter game . that says, I am alone. Margaret Atwood.
Margaret Atwood’s message has wings in ANGEL CATBIRD. Look for Volume 3 of her graphic novel series in July.
Margaret Atwood, on "The Handmaid's Tale": "Back in 1984, the main premise seemed … fairly outrageous"
"The control of women and babies has been a feature of every repressive regime on the planet." --Margaret Atwood
More for my Queering Dystopias next term: Atwood on What ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Means in the Age of Trump
Excellent piece, in today's Sunday TBR, by Margaret Atwood: .
Louise Erdrich wins NBCC fiction prize for ‘LaRose’; Margaret Atwood raises alarm about threats to democracy:
Via National Book Critics Circle awards go to Margaret Atwood, Louise Erdrich and more
We're discussing The Heart Goes Last by Margaret Atwood this Sunday! See you all then!
Margaret Atwood, Heather O'Neill and Madeleine Thien make the Baileys Prize longlist:
Good lunchtime read: Margaret Atwood did an AMA on Reddit yesterday: (We'd highly recommend…
“Men often ask me, Why are your female characters so paranoid? It’s not paranoia. It’s recognition of their situation.” — Margaret Atwood
Margaret Atwood has more hope for the future than the people who read her books
Dbl down on yr pleasure-read Repub health billI as follow-up. Margaret Atwood, author of The Handmaid’s Tale.
mentioned this below, but i'll mention again! Margaret Atwood is great--have you read her Oryx and C…
"What I am living for, and what I am dying for are exactly the same thing." -Margaret Atwood
All are about wolves. All worth repeating, that is. Anything else is sentimental drivel. Margaret
Spring Arts Guide 2017: Aimee Mann, Margaret Atwood, a Pasadena theater troupe and what to watch, read and listen to this season …
Adore so I'm looking forward to this.
"This above all, to refuse to be a victim". --- Margaret Atwood
Women's Prize for Fiction: Margaret Atwood among finalists -
You need a certain amount of nerve to be a writer, an almost physical nerve, the kind you need to walk a log across a…
Novelist Margaret Atwood would defeat a herd of duck-sized horses with her umbrella
Margaret Atwood, Heather O'Neill & Madeleine Thien have been longlisted for the 2017 Bailey's Fiction Prize
I’m reading Alias Grace by Margaret Atwood and The Martian by Andy Weir
Oh, i forgot to mention the first loophole: anything adapted from Margaret Atwood and/or starring Elisabeth Moss.
Trump's going to prove a lot of people wrong, but sadly not George Orwell, Margaret Atwood, or whoever wrote the Book of…
“Even if I see you again, I will never see you again.” - Margaret Atwood, from Selected Poems II: 1976 -...
That Laurie Penny article reminds me of Margaret Atwood's recent meditation on violence & the resistance of water.
Received a totally bonkers abstract which asks, why are Margaret Atwood scholars obsessed with attempting?
The Heart Goes Last by Margaret Atwood – wonderfully and unexpectedly madcap.
Another belief of mine: that everyone else my age is an adult, whereas I am merely in disguise. ? Margaret Atwood, Cat's Eye
Think this chapter might interest you after our chat today about historical fiction & Margaret Atwood.
writes whatever the *** she wants & it's always brilliant. No wonder loves her. https:/…
Today on Myth & Moor, "The Community of Storytellers": Margaret Atwood on the writing craft.
She is very sorry if Margaret Atwood corrupted the wild salmon.
"Margaret Atwood is never less than readable, and she sustains her fantasy with gallant ingenuity." On "Hag-Seed"
"A faintly dutiful air hangs over this exercise in re-imagination." On Margaret Atwood's "Hag-Seed"
I’m not sure which is worse: intense feeling, or the absence of it. — Margaret Atwood
If we can imagine it, we'll be able to do it. – Margaret Atwood
first book 📚of 2017: HAG-SEED by the queen a.k.a. Margaret Atwood
At long last, another post: The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood.
I was once compared to Margaret Atwood, and though it didn't make me sleep with anyone, I was ecstatic.
Perhaps I write for no one. Perhaps for the same person children are writing for when they scrawl their names in the s…
Unspoken,unrequited love is my specialty! Annie Dillard, Anne LaMott, Amy Tan, Margaret Atwood, Alice Walker. The list is boundless!
From Philip K *** to Margaret Atwood, dystopian literature helps us understand our world today.
Margaret Atwood, David Mitchell and Sjón are all contributing to a forest of books on the outskirts of Oslo.
also ursula le guin (if you don't have all her books already!) and Ann Leckie and Margaret Atwood ☺️
Lastly, it put me in mind of Margaret Atwood's Half-Hanged Mary: "Before I was not a witch/But now I am one."
Well, Ron Glass is dead. Man, 2016 seriously needs to end before it takes Clint Eastwood, Margaret Atwood and Patrick Stewart from us too.
Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro, All of Margaret Atwood's dystopian work, Player Piano by Kurt Vonnegut.
God, the new Margaret Atwood is good.
"We slept in what had once been the gymnasium."-- Margaret Atwood, the Handmaid's Tale
I am pretty sorry, but Margaret Atwood infected your Joni Mitchell LPs.
Very classy and funny tribute to Joni Mitchell from Margaret Atwood in 2007.
Read this new fiction by David Mitchell and Margaret Atwood... in 98 years.
...so I offer you my Margaret Atwood paperback collection
Margaret Atwood's new novel builds upon rich foundation of Shakespeare to create something masterful
Waiting 98 years to read new fiction. via
'I hope that people come to realise that there is only one 'race' - the human race - and that we are all members of it' - Margaret Atwood
I get that I'm not experiencing the emotion they're trying to evoke, but this makes me so sad.
I spent much of my childhood in northern Quebec, and often there was...
David Mitchell and Margaret Atwood have new fiction—you just need to wait 98 years to be able to read it. via
The with and Ian McEwan on transforming Shakespeare is a treat
A after a word after a word is Atwood
Two authors have written fiction that will be published in the year 2114.
Cat's favorite Virago pockets:. Margaret Atwood: Cat's eye. Maya Angelou: I know why the caged bird sings
"War is what happens when language fails." - Author to visit Conn: (📸: Jean…
Heads up Dystopian Lit. Margaret Atwood is at it again! via
Hag-Seed, Atwood's new retelling of The Tempest, is genius as always, but less subversive than could be hoped for:
Want to check out a book from the Future Library? Just come back in 2114. The post Margaret Atwood and David Mitchell Have Written Ne...
David Mitchell, Margaret Atwood, others—no one will read it in this lifetime, waits for readers beyond this century
“In a weird way, this work is safer than all of my other books put together.” via
The madness of a white man's revenge gets an update in Margaret Atwood's "Tempest" update via
The problem with meditating is I generally go to sleep, and that's b...
When I grow up I want to be half as cool as Margaret Atwood!
“She imagines him imagining her. This is her salvation.”. Margaret Atwood
Don't miss the version of HAG-SEED by Margaret Atwood Shakespeare's TEMPEST revenge is just the beginning.
Margaret Atwood explores fears and freedom in Ann Arbor talk, and she's not afraid to say so:
"There is freedom in this: because it doesn’t matter what I do, I can do what I like.". - 'Cat's Eye', Margaret Atwood
The conduct of the head of the recalls this Margaret Atwood poem ...
How can we bring Shakespeare into the 21st century? Margaret Atwood knows:
The society in 'The Handmaid's Tale' is a throwback to the early Pur...
On page 210 of 624 of Alias Grace, by Margaret Atwood
On page 139 of 468 of Alias Grace, by Margaret Atwood
On page 100 of 624 of Alias Grace, by Margaret Atwood: "Sin embargo, tiene que conteners...
On page 85 of 624 of Alias Grace, by Margaret Atwood
Margaret Atwood visits on Oct 24! While we wait, we're discussing Alias Grace on our Online Book Club:…
5 of 5 stars to Alias Grace by Margaret Atwood
On page 73 of 468 of Alias Grace, by Margaret Atwood
Sadly not covering the Margaret Atwood event but looks like I might see you later - I'm doing the Glass Shore launch :) x
Budgeting Tip: save $$$ on pricy Margaret Atwood novels by simply reading Irish newspapers and imagining what it's like to be a woman here.
Margaret Atwood, ideally. (I lead a rich and fulfilling fantasy life.)
. I have 2 tickets to see Margaret Atwood in Bath on 8th. Who'll come?
Pence thinks women should be vessels for other people's children. Sound familiar?it's bc it is the plot to A Handmaid's Tale,Margaret Atwood
They are simply sorry if Margaret Atwood defiled your Shania Twain tickets.
On page 331 of 534 of Alias Grace, by Margaret Atwood
Because women don't want to see the plot of Margaret Atwood's award winning novel become a reality.
Science will never know it all: Dawkins, Atwood, others predict the future.
Sounds intriguing! on her novelisation of The Tempest:
Rachel McAdams and Rachel Weisz to star in adaptation of
London Literature Festival 2016 Theme: Living in future times - insight by Science Fiction writers abt our future.
As the 2016 London Literature Festival takes the theme of living in future times, authors make their own predictions
Science and fiction both begin with similar questions: What if? Why? How does it all work?
Fears of global warming & the future for young ppl featuring in a big way for these authors...
Beyond excited seeing that The Handmaid’s Tale is being filmed with a fab cast.
I've got two spare tickets to Margaret Atwood at the Royal Festival Hall tomorrow night (£20 each) get in touch if you're keen
'A conspiracy thriller with a time travel twist' reviewed
Looking for your literary fix this week? Margaret Atwood in conversation, discussing her new novel Hag-Seed
He is exceedingly sorry, for Margaret Atwood stole your two-four.
The best new books this October, via
'We lived, as usual by ignoring. Ignoring isn't the same as ignorance, you have to work at it.' Margaret Atwood The Ha…
90% done with Hag-Seed, by Margaret Atwood: Atwood could not help throw in her usual per...
Looking forward to welcoming to on Friday for sold out event.
Richard Dawkins, Margaret Atwood and other authors predict will dominate humanity's future
'Science will never know it all': Richard Dawkins, Margaret Atwood and others predict the future
Trudeau relegated women to the back of the room. Where is that old prune Margaret Atwood on this issue?.
I'm getting a little overwhelmed by all the posts about Margaret Atwood and ANGEL CATBIRD. I get it. She wrote a cool co…
Margaret Atwood is one of my faves too!
York Theatre Royal - an evening with Margaret Atwood. What a fantastic opportunity.
Orhan Pamuk, Salman Rushdie, Margaret Atwood, Vikram Seth, V S Naipul and Mohsin Hamid. great writers of our age
Rachel McAdams, Margaret Atwood & Jane Fonda joined the mvmt 2 clean up - will you?
Yesterday told me I was tracking like I was narrating a Margaret Atwood novel and failed to realize that's a dream job…
Margaret Atwood campaigning for Kentville library in honour of grandfather - Truro Daily News -
A3: I would cowrite with Margaret Atwood and Toni Morrison, their my writing shero's
Great line-up for this autumn series of literary talks including Eimear McBride, Margaret Atwood & Sebastian Barry
DLR Voices Series now on sale at Pavilion Box office with Robert Harris,Margaret Atwood, Sebastian Barry,
Future library: the books by Margaret Atwood & David Mitchell which won't be read until 2114
Great line up of writers this Autumn Robert Harris, Margaret Atwood, Sebastian Barry appearing.
BY 2pm today I’d already talked to Margaret Atwood, Christopher Priest, and is a marathon, too much amazing
My work has been compared to Margaret Atwood, William Gibson, Kim Stanley Robinson, & Toni Morrison.
I somehow missed the news that Sarah Polley is adapting a Margaret Atwood novel as a Netflix series directed by Mary Harron. Amazing!
“Sarah Polley has written a six-hour miniseries adaptation of the Margaret Atwood novel Alias Grace,...”
As Iwan Rheon is reading Margaret Atwood at moment I'll daydream that Sarah Polley and Mary Harron have cast him in Alias Grace.
If you loved Orange Is the New Black, you should read Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale. * | 24
Love Netflix for giving original stories and voices a chance. With H-wood, it's blockbusters or go (stay?) home.
Just when you thought Canadians couldn't get any cooler.
Beach Corner had the pleasure of interviewing Margaret Atwood in Midhurst at the Celebration of Rural Living.
Margaret Atwood: A ratio of failures is built into the process of writing. The wastebasket has evolved for a reason.
Margaret Atwood's "Negotiating with the Dead: A Writer on Writing". "...an inability to see one's way...
A miniseries based on Margaret Atwood's Alias Grace will be coming to CBC and Netflix
I know that some books and some writers, you can pretty much draw a sq...
“Nothing’s broken, nevertheless I’m skinless, the gentlest touch would gut me.”. Margaret Atwood, from True Stories: Poems
CBC, Netflix to screen miniseries based on Margaret Atwood novel Alias Grace
Let's just adapt all of Margaret Atwood's things. Because I am on board.
Even before I got to Margaret Atwood, I saw "Sarah Polley wrote" and said "ooh yes please"
Sarah Polley wrote the mini-series adaptation of Margaret Atwood's for Netflix:
It's a great time to be a Margaret Atwood fan!
You guys wanna know how wonderful Canada is? A Sarah Polley/Margaret Atwood collaboration is the trending topic here.
Netflix to adapt murder drama novel 'Alias Grace'
I was once a graduate student in Victorian literature, and I believe a...
Two* of my favourite Canadians, Margaret Atwood + Sarah Polley. *of many favourite Canadians. Don’t get me started.
Margaret Atwood's Alias Grace to be adapted for Netflix series.
📷 dresupi: “The best way of keeping a secret is to pretend there isn’t one.” -Margaret Atwood Sharon...
It is both so wrong and so right all at once. It belongs in a Margaret Atwood novel.
Margaret Atwood wins Pen Pinter Prize, which celebrates champions of free speech
to be honest I want to be Margaret Atwood when I grow up
Margaret Atwood wins 2016 PEN Pinter prize - the guardian
If I waited for I would never write a — Margaret Atwood.
I get to read Margaret Atwood's tales of vampires, cats, and rats today (I've gotten over my fear of editing her)
Congratulations to Margaret Atwood for winning the 2016 We can't wait to learn who her co-winner is
Huge congratulations to for winning the 2016 PEN Pinter prize!
"Reading and writing, like everything else, improve with practice." . - Margaret Atwood
Congratulations to affiliate - winner of the 2016 PEN Pinter Prize!
Congratulations to for winning the 2016 PEN Pinter Prize!
Happy to hear Canadian author Margaret Atwood won the PEN!
He is sorry, for Margaret Atwood defiled the chesterfield.
It’s Margaret Atwood’s dystopian future, & we’re just living in it-wherein misogyny run everything... via
If I waited for perfection I'd never write a word. Margaret Atwood
.wins PEN Pinter Prize for political activism:
⚡ Margaret Atwood wins PEN prize for championing free speech.
Margaret Atwood wins PEN Pinter Prize for 'unflinching' writing
Because I am a mother, I am capable of being shocked: as I never was w...
More congrats in order for Margaret Atwood!
Happy that our friend and Vice President Margaret Atwood will receive the PEN Pinter Prize:
My brother and I were both good at science, and we were both good at E...
The story as told in The Odyssey doesn't hold water. There are too man...
“You fit into me. like a hook into an eye. a fish hook. an open eye” . ― Margaret Atwood
.has won the Revisit our interview with the prolific author:
I've only read The Circle and Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius. Have you read any Margaret Atwood?
hahha. But now I feel like I have unchartered oceans full of love and fanatic domainery for Margaret Atwood.
“Strange . how . we . decorate . pain.”. Margaret Atwood
10% done with Oryx and Crake, by Margaret Atwood
Writers and books are cheap dates, especially when you compare the cos...
Well, if Margaret Atwood says it's good. . *aggressively downloads app*
also Saga, Star Wars, Margaret Atwood, and going on tears about Reproductive Justice.
3 of 5 stars to Lady Oracle by Margaret Atwood
First Margaret Atwood, now David Mitchell—Cloud Atlas author contributes manuscript to the Future Library Project!
Margaret Atwood proves she can make her novels even more difficult to read
If it's all instruction, you get annoyed with it and bored, and you st...
The new Oslo public library will keep new books by David Mitchell and Margaret Atwood…
"An eye for an eye only leads to more blindness." - Margaret Atwood
Great initiative for those who like talking about books they'll probs never read
I quite like Old Man's War. Also, Margaret Atwood's Oryx and Crake deals with directed evolution.
Falsely straining yourself to put something into a book where it doesn’t really belong, it’s not doing anybody any fav…
Very few tix left to In Conversation With... Margaret Atwood (Oct 24). Get yours before they're sold out:
“A truth should exist,. it should not be used. like this. If I love you. Is that a fact or a weapon?” . ― Margaret Atwood…
On page 126 of 308 of The Heart Goes Last, by Margaret Atwood: Finally, something is happ...
Fiction is not necessarily about what you know, it's about how you fee...
Into the woods: Margaret Atwood reveals her Future Library book, Scribbler Moon
Some people mistakenly think nature is very nice and benevolent and ne...
'We thrive on bones; without them, there'd be no stories.' Rereading The Blind Assassin. Margaret Atwood's best one?
Claire Coleman's TERRA NULLIUS is very much the work of 'an Australian Margaret Atwood'
Trivia Tuesdays begin on June 7th! You could win tickets to see Margaret Atwood on November 30th!.
“Where do the words go. when we have said them?” . ? Margaret Atwood.
New books by Margaret Atwood, David Mitchell & more to be held in library & unread until 2114
To me Station Eleven was good, but felt like Margaret Atwood lite.
Sorry you were unable to answer us during yr visit 2 Calgary. R we buried too?
Within one's own family, money is not the measure of things, unless th...
“If we were all on trial for our thoughts, we would all be hanged.” . ― Margaret Atwood
The sounds of the CTGs in this hospital ward make it feel like I've stumbled into The Telltale Heart were it written by Margaret Atwood.
Oh, my Gilead! Elisabeth Moss Will Star in an Adaptation of Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale
happy to the women who made me who I am... Notorious RBG, Leia Organa Solo, Margaret Atwood, Captain Janeway and Nicki Minaj.
Margaret Atwood, Margaret Wente and Margaret Macmillan are Canada's three wicked witches.
Elisabeth Moss will star in an adaptation of Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale
“is Nora Ephron spliced with Margaret Atwood.” . Just look at these! May 3.
There's no Wizarding version of Dan Brown or Margaret Atwood mentioned afaik
British Museum must sever its links with BP | Letter from Margaret Atwood,Tom Kibble,Naomi Klein,Emma Thompson+more ht…
“Some people write letters, in the library.”―Margaret Atwood, In Other Worlds: SF and the Human Imagination
The Heart Goes Last by Margaret Atwood and Good Prose: The Art of Nonfiction by Tracy Kidder and Richard Todd.
I like a lot of Margaret Atwood, I like much of Alice Munro. Again, if you ...
Slavoj Zizek, Margaret Atwood and Stephen King tuck me into bed every night. Did I die?
Welcome to CBC Forum, via ScribbleLive Next GG should be Preston Manning or Margaret Atwood
Margaret Atwood also came to Saturday Morning Club sooo I feel that honour every day!
In Conversation with Charles Pachter and Margaret Atwood at Central Library March 29 FREE https:/…
I think it's high time I read something by Shirley Jackson, Margaret Atwood and Flannery O'Connor. I feel like a literary ignorant.
Watch “Margaret Atwood on the Hunger for God” on
'The Haida's tale: helps bring Native American literature to the UK'
is a garden walled with glass: there's no way in or out. — Margaret Atwood. Welz-Stein
Margaret Atwood: a false leftist, she has not once decried the corporate creed which has made her a multimillionaire.
Every utopia - let's just stick with the literary ones - faces the same problem:...
I want it, but it's Folio, which means I would have to join.
On page 66 of 249 of Surfacing, by Margaret Atwood
"We yearned for the future. How did we learn it, that talent of insatiability?" Margaret Atwood
I heard Margaret Atwood was on my flight & Stephen Fry is kicking around.. They're gonna be pretty starstruck when they meet me, I reckon..
Fantastic feature on the Haida myth-tellers in Robert Bringhurst's 'A Story as Sharp as a Knife'
Published in the UK for the first time thanks to Margaret Atwood!
A Story as Sharp as a Knife – translations of the oral literature of the Haida by the poet Robert Bringhurst
The Haida's tale: Margaret Atwood helps bring Native American literature to the UK
Margaret Atwood is the biggest reason to go to the Jaipur Literature Festival via scroll_in
Margaret Atwood, Joni, Alanis, Mary Pickford.. We've been hip since at least the 1910s.
I actually ran out of carrying space & had to force myself to leave. Sam Sykes! Kelly Link! Margaret Atwood! How'd you go?
"The desire to be loved is the last illusion: Give it up and you will be free." -Margaret Atwood
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