The Ludic Mode of Pangamonium is an exegesis of the novel Pangamonium. It explores the ludic mode, which it considers an open play of signification characterised by freedom, reflexivity and subversion, and it explores the work of Nabokov, Calvino and Borges to Continue reading The Ludic Mode of Pangamonium
Anna Solding’s novel The Hum of Concrete keeps getting wonderful reviews. On a cold and wintry Adelaide Monday like today, we can only say how proud we are of Anna and her book. Two glowing reviews in one day. The week couldn’t have started any better:
Much to our surprise on a rainy and miserable Adelaide night, the turn out was great at Anna Solding’s first ever Meet the Author session on Wednesday 20 June 2012. Members of an entire book club, who had all read the book with interest, came along to ask questions about it. Anna talked about the inspiration for the book and the long journey from idea to publication. Will there ever be a sequel? she was asked. The answer was: maybe… Anna has always been interested in writing more about the men who feature in The Hum of Concrete to show life from their point of view. You never know. Continue reading Successful Meet the Author session at Mostly Books
Arrested Without Cause
Some travel to find themselves—I was travelling to get lost. Panga seemed a perfect place to start. Ever since the monarchy of the tiny kingdom had been overwhelmed by a military regime, the ban on international telecommunications and the web meant that anyone was hard to pin down. Here I couldn’t be phoned, emailed, texted or poked on Facebook. You couldn’t even Google me. In short, it was a good place to be unaccountable, which suited me fine. Continue reading Sneak Peek of Pangamonium
Sometimes you have to get lost to find yourself
Francis is a journalist looking for a big story in the tiny kingdom of Panga. He finds himself attempting to liberate a bunch of child slaves making sex toys for the West. Toss in an African pilgrim named Easter on a quest to find his grandfather’s grave filled with pirate gold, a military regime oppressing the citizens of Panga, and a Continue reading Pangamonium
We are delighted to announce that our second novel is on its way. On Friday 20th July 2012, MidnightSun Publishing will launch Pangamonium by Zanesh Catkin. It’s a witty romp with its heart set firmly on its sleeve.
Zanesh is already hard at work tweeting about everything and anything @ZaneshCatkin if you are that way inclined. You can also read more about him and the book on his website: zaneshcatkin.com or his Facebook page. Continue reading Zanesh Catkin joins MidnightSun
Zanesh Catkin was horribly disfigured in a childhood accident; as a result he spent his early life hidden in attics. He was taken in by a kind family from Minnesota, who offered a loving home and some plastic surgery. Later, they moved to Australia and the confusion really set in.
After the success of Anna Solding’s book signing last week, we are in a very happy place and would like to offer the Kindle version of The Hum of Concrete for FREE. Starting tomorrow and lasting for three days only, Wednesday 2nd May until Friday 4 May 2012, The Hum of Concrete can be downloaded from Amazon without charge. Try it! Tell your friends not to miss out on a fantastic opportunity to get their hands on this amazing book for free.
MidnightSun author Anna Solding was interviewed on Radio Adelaide this morning, Monday 23 April 2012. Take a listen to what she has to say about writing, motherhood, intersex and multiculturalism in Australia as well as in Sweden: https://radioadelaidebreakfast.wordpress.com/tag/anna-solding/
We are delighted to announce that Anna Solding has been invited to talk on Radio Adelaide this Monday, 23 April 2012. She will be interviewed on breakfast radio at 8.10 am. The Radio Adelaide frequency is 101.5 fm and you get to it online here: http://tunein.com/radio/
The Hum of Concrete is now on the Best Sellers shelf in Dillons Norwood Bookshop! What an amazing feat for a new author and a new publisher. Anna Solding will be signing copies of her novel at Dillons on Saturday 28 April from 12 noon. She would love to chat with you! If you are looking for a Mother’s Day present, birthday present or simply a great read – look no further than a signed copy of The Hum of Concrete.
Anna Solding will be signing copies of her novel The Hum of Concrete at Dillons Bookshop on The Parade in Norwood on Saturday 28 April 2012 from 12 noon. Please come along for a chat, especially if you haven’t managed to come to the launches. Anna would love to see you! Buy a book for yourself, your mother, your lover, your daughter, anyone who might need to escape to Sweden for a few hours. She’d be more than happy to sign them all 🙂
Finally, the day had come to launch MidnightSun Publishing’s first book ever! Anna Solding’s enchanting novel The Hum of Concrete was about to take flight from the most wonderful writers’ festival in the world, Adelaide Writers’ Week. Amongst the trees of the Pioneer Women’s Memorial Garden, highly esteemed writer Sean Williams said a few well-chosen words on stage before Anna proceeded to tell the audience an ice-breaker: Continue reading The Hum of Concrete is launched at Adelaide Writers’ Week
MidnightSun Publishing proudly presents The Hum of Concrete, an evocative novel by new writer Anna Solding.
Highly esteemed author Sean Williams will launch The Hum of Concrete at Adelaide Writers’ Week, Pioneer Women’s Memorial Garden Saturday 3 March 2012 at 5pm sharp
Please join us in raising a complimentary glass to celebrate.
February is here and the time has finally come to let MidnightSun Publishing stand on its own two feet. Last night, 10 Feb 2012, the company was officially launched at an amazing party in Adelaide. Well-known businessman Simon Hackett did the honours and did so beautifully, talking about the need for people to be passionate about what they love and actually transform their passions into businesses. Continue reading MidnightSun Publishing is officially launched!