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November 7, 2017 By
The Time Murakami Met Carver (and Other Literary Meet-Cutes)
Famous Writers in the Wild, Talking to Each Other
July 25, 2017 By
Jonathan Franzen on Alice Munro’s
"More than any writer since Chekhov, Munro strives for and achieves, in each of her stories, a gestaltlike completeness in the representation of a life."
July 10, 2017 By
Forrest Trump: On the Donald’s Many Cameos in American Literature
Susan Rieger Finds Him Everywhere, From Twain to Wharton to Lewis...
June 20, 2017 By
The Marriage Plot
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When Femininity is Code for Feelings
On Failure, Motherhood, and Flightless Birds
March 15, 2017 By
Lynn Steger Strong
Odd, Prescient, Intense, Brilliant: Remembering Paula Fox
RIP a Beloved 'Writer's Writer', 1923-2017
March 7, 2017 By
A Brief Survey of the Great
Do We Need The G.A.N.? Why Do We Keep Looking?
January 9, 2017 By
Michiko Kakutani’s 2001
New York Times
Review of Jonathan Franzen’s
"cracks open a window on a sullen country lurching its way toward the millennium"
January 2, 2017 By
The Most Important Books of the Last Twenty Years
An informal survey of contemporary writers...
December 30, 2016 By
The Biggest Literary Stories of the Year:
50 to 31
Counting Down 2016 in Literary News
December 27, 2016 By
Has Imbolo Mbue Written the Great American Novel?
How an Unknown Cameroonian Novelist Followed in the Footsteps of Jonathan Franzen
October 26, 2016 By
How Individualism Conquered American Fiction
On the "Imperial Self" and the Rejection of Social Responsibility
September 8, 2016 By
Why Do Writers Love Birding So Much?
An Investigation, Featuring All of Your Favorite Bird Lovers
August 18, 2016 By
Margaret Atwood on Donald Trump, Witches, and Flying Cats
In Conversation with a Canada's Great Literary Birder
July 21, 2016 By
Critics, Monsters, Fanatics, and Other Literary Essays
July 11, 2016 By
The Dimunition of Women Writers: An American Tradition
On Constance Fennimore Woolson, a Truly Great 19th-Century Novelist
May 12, 2016 By
Anne Boyd Rioux
Why Wasn’t Great American Novelist Jane Smiley on the Cover of a Magazine?
Rumaan Alam on How We Still Judge Women Writers By a Different Standard
April 11, 2016 By
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