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The "poster boy for the end of the novel" David Shields retains a list of 55 works he swears by - few of which are fiction, and fewer still contain much fictional content. Towards the end of his consistently enjoyable, occasionally convincing memoir How Literature Saved My Life (Notting Hill Editions, £12), David Shields, the one-time novelist and, more recently, “poster boy for the death of the novel” (his description), provides a list of 55 works “I swear by”.A number of fiction writers make the cut, though usually for their journals or criticism, or for writing novels with a low fiction content.In the meantime, to ensure continued support, we are displaying the site without styles and Java Script.Our Editorial Board of active researchers manages the peer review of your manuscript, ensuring that the process is efficient, constructive and fair.For example, the site cannot determine your email name unless you choose to type it.
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Avi Loeb Astrophysics Harvard University, USA Yves Dufrene Biological Physics Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium Ronald De Pinho Cancer MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA Gregory Lip Cardiology University of Birmingham, UK Maddy Parsons Cell Biology King's College London, UK Stuart Schreiber Chemical Biology Harvard University, USA Alexei Kornyshev Chemical Physics Imperial College London, UK Yi Cui Chemistry Stanford University, USA Nadia Harbeck Clinical Oncology University of Munich, Germany Shik Shin Condensed Matter Physics University of Tokyo, Japan Jan Wernerman Critical Care Medicine Karolinska University Hospital, Sweden Nikolay Zheludev Electronics, Photonics and Device Physics University of Southampton/Nanyang Technological University, UK/Singapore Wim Leemans Fluids and Plasma Physics Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA Ernst Kuipers Gastroenterology and Hepatology Erasmus MC, Netherlands Ronald Germain Immunology National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, NIH, USA Felix Ritort Mathematical Physics, Thermodynamics & Nonlinear Dynamics University of Barcelona, Spain David Relman Microbiology Stanford University, USA Shelley Berger Molecular Biology University of Pennsylvania, USA John Diffley Molecular Biology Cancer Research UK, UK Glenn Chertow Nephrology Stanford University, USA Giovanni Frisoni Neurology IRCCS Istituto Centro San Giovanni di Dio, Italy Trevor Robbins Neuroscience University of Cambridge, UK Gil Mor Obstetrics and Gynaecology Yale University, USA Chi-Chao Chan Ophthalmology National Eye Institute, NIH, USA Tom Le Compte Particle Physics Argonne National Laboratory, USA Zulfiqar Ahmed Bhutta Pediatrics Aga Khan University, Pakistan Ueli Grossniklaus Plant Biology University of Zürich, Switzerland Marion Leboyer Psychiatry INSERM, France Terry Nolan Public Health University of Melbourne, Australia Franco Nori Quantum Physics RIKEN/University of Michigan, Japan/USA Ali Guermazi Radiology Boston University, USA Judith Black Respiratory Medicine University of Sydney, Australia Patricia Woo Rheumatology University College London, UK Salvador Aznar-Benitah Stem Cells and Development Institute for Research in Biomedicine Barcelona, Spain John Neoptolemos Surgery University of Liverpool, UK Laurence Klotz Urology University of Toronto, Canada Top of page The Editorial Board manages the peer review process, and takes final decisions on whether papers should be accepted.
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