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        2019澳大利亚文学周作家推介:格雷姆?辛浦生

        来源:澳大利亚大使馆 |   2019年03月12日12:05

        Graeme Simsion

        Graeme Simsion is the Australian author of The Rosie Project, The Rosie Effect and The Best of Adam Sharp (film rights optioned by Toni Collette/Vocab Films). The Rosie Project has sold more than three and a half million copies in more than forty countries, won or been shortlisted for half a dozen prizes, and was the only novel on Bill Gates’ list of “six books I’d recommend”. Last year Graeme co-authored with his wife, Anne Buist, the novel Two Steps Forward, with film rights optioned by Ellen DeGeneres/Fox Searchlight. Simsion got his big break in books in 2012, when The Rosie Project won the Victorian Premier’s Literary Award for an Unpublished Manuscript. Before that, he was an IT and business consultant, and also has an extensive background in writing and producing short films and plays, mostly for Australian television and film festivals. Graeme’s newest novel, The Rosie Result, recently debuted at No. 1 in fiction novels in Australia.

        (Photo credit to Rebecca Rocks)

        Quote

        "Wow," she said, very quietly, looking back at the vastness of it all. Then, in this vanishingly small moment in the history of the universe, she took my hand, and held it all the way to the subway.

        — The Rosie Project, Graeme Simsion

        Book Reviews

        Sharp dialogue, terrific pacing, physical hijinks, slapstick, a couple to root for, and more twists than a pack of Twizzlers — it's no surprise that The Rosie Project is bound for the big screen. But read it first.

        — NPR on The Rosie Project

        This good-hearted, pacy, thoroughly enjoyable novel takes a significant step towards showing that all human variants are a potential source of life affirming comedy.

        — Guardian on The Rosie Project

        格雷姆?辛浦生,澳大利亚作家,著有《罗茜计划》、《罗茜效应》和《亚当?夏普的黄金时代》(The Best of Adam Sharp)(将由托妮??#35780;?#29305;/弗卡伯电影公司改编电影)等作品。《罗茜计划》已经在四十多个国家地区售出超过三百五十万册,荣获或入围六个奖项,是比尔?盖茨“我推荐的六本书”中唯一的小说。去年,辛浦生与妻?#24433;?#22958;?布斯特共同完成作品《向前两步》(Two Steps Forward),影视版权由艾伦?德詹尼丝/福克斯探照灯影?#24503;?#19979;。2012年,《罗茜计划》获得“维多利亚州总理文学奖—最佳未出版手稿奖”,成为他写作事业的重大转折。在此之前,他是一位IT、商务咨询师,同时有着广泛的写作经验,常为澳大利亚电?#21360;?#30005;影节进行电影短片剧本创作和戏剧创作。格雷姆的新作《关于罗茜最后的故事》已于近期出版,并荣登澳大利亚小说类畅销榜第一名。

        引语

        “哇哦!”她感叹道,静静地望向身后无垠的时空。接着,就在苍茫宇宙?#36763;?#19968;个稍纵即逝的?#24067;洌?#22905;牵起了我的手,向地铁走去。

        ——《罗茜计划》格雷姆?辛浦生,郑玲译

        书评

        对话尖锐,节奏完美,快感十足;一出闹剧、一对让人叫好的情侣,以及比麻花还曲折的各种反转——《罗茜计划》必然走上大荧幕。但记得先读一读。

        ——美国国家公共电台评《罗茜计划》

        这?#26087;屏肌?#27963;泼、充满乐趣的小说有里程碑意义。它向我们证明,再异类的人生?#35760;?#34255;着振奋人心的喜剧能量。

        ——《卫报》评《罗茜计划》

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