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The Lost Art of Silence – talk

This is the Youtube recording I gave at Watkins Books about my new book – The Lost Art of Silence …

The Tablet – review 13/01/24

The Lost Art of Silence – Links to talks

I have been doing talks and Zooms for my book – here are a few of the links: The Yoga Hour   – https://www.theyogahour.com/episodes/reconnect-to-the-power-of-silence Psychology Today   https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/animal-emotions/202312/the-art-and-power-of-connecting-to-the-sounds-of-silence Book Brunch: https://www.bookbrunch.co.uk/page/free-article/sarah-anderson-at-the-notting-hill-bookshop/?utm_source=daily-newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=daily-newsletter Ryan Murdock’s Personal Landscapes  Sarah Anderson on founding the Travel Bookshop Supadu – In the Publisher’s Chair …https://www.supadu.com/post/sarah-anderson-in-the-publishers-chairhttps://youtu.be/yKZ4Lm1pQWI?si=n8-OlzuM2uKmeTdZ  

The Lost Art of Silence

Publication day – December 5th – is approaching and the book, my book, seems to be generating a fair amount of interest. Exciting! There have already been reviews in Tricycle, Foreword, Publisher’s Weekly, The Next Big Idea Club and Shelf Awareness – and I have several Zooms coming up.

The Lost Art of Silence – review

A thrilling review from Publisher’s Weekly in the US. ‘This elegant and ethereal meditation from Anderson (Heaven’s Face, Thinly Veiled), founder of the Travel Bookshop in London, explores silence as more than “just the absence of sound.” Drawing on movies, books, history, religious texts, and her own travels (to silent retreats and bustling cities), Anderson…
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The Lost Art of Silence – cover

2023 – The Lost Art of Silence

My book, The Lost Art of Silence – Reconnecting to the Power and Beauty of Quiet is going to be published by Shambhala in the US in December 2023 (distributed in the UK by Penguin/Random House) – over the next few months I’ll be publishing some enticing quotes …

2022

Ages since I’ve posted … my exhibition back in November went very well … I went to New York soon after it finished, and was lucky to be there during that small window that opened before Omicrom hit! I managed to go to lots of exhibitions including the temporarily housed Frick Madison in what was…
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EXHIBITION

I am having an exhibition at the Tabernacle in Notting Hill from November 2nd-6th – it includes some of the many paintings and collages I did during lockdown. Painting (and living opposite Battersea Park) were two of the things that have kept me sane during the last 18 months.

The Return by Hisham Matar

Having recently been in conversation with Hisham Matar at Hatchards, I then wrote this piece for the Biographers’ Club website earlier this week: The Return is the account of Matar’s return to Libya in 2012 in search of his father who had been abducted from Egypt in 1990 by Qaddafi’s henchmen and sent to the…
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