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Nnedi Okorafor’s Wild Ride
When Tokyo Shook, Burned Down, and Rose Again
Down and Out in the Digital South: Scott McClanahan's "Hill William"
Looking Past the History: "The Tilted World"
Or Else We'd Cry: Jonathan Wilson's "Kick and Run"
Making the Modern Museum
Changing Up Alternate History
Battlefield Earth: An Endless "War on Terror" Spinning Out of Control
Enduring History: A Memoir of Social Life in Nineteenth-Century Donegal
The World Behind It: Flannery O'Connor's Prayer Journal
Second Acts: A Second Look at Second Books of Poetry by Larry Levis and Anna Journey
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The Necessary Language of the Everyday: On Reading Wang Anyi
The Theater of Cruelty: Jiwei Xiao on Mo Yan’s 'Sandalwood Death'
China and the Nobel IV
What the World Might Look Like
FICTION: NEW & NOTEWORTHY
A Saint with a Bad Temper: J. F. Powers and Company
“Yep,” “Hmm,” “Right”: On "The Wes Anderson Collection"
Around the World: Jeremy Scahill's "Dirty Wars," Latin America's Alfredo Jaar, and Istanbul's Museum of Innocence
“I will not act before understanding. Context is everything.”: The Work of Alfredo Jaar
Alfredo Jaar and the Happiness of Chile
The Friends of the Museum
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Three Questions for Ramón García
[VIDEO] Danny Strong, PEN Awards 2013
PODCAST #50: A. Scott Berg, "Wilson"
[VIDEO] Chris Hedges, PEN Awards 2013
An Interview with Medea Benjamin on Drone Warfare
[VIDEO] Libros Schmibros Celebrates 3rd Anniversary
Chaos Theory: An Interview with Nick Bilton About "Hatching Twitter"
PODCAST #49: Stathis Gourgouris, "Lessons in Secular Criticism"
Dirty Mind: An Interview with Wayne Koestenbaum
[VIDEO] Book of Ages: The Life and Opinions of Jane Franklin
What Gets Saved and What Gets Lost: An Interview with Jill Lepore
[VIDEO] Poetry Night: Dorothea Lasky, Adam Fitzgerald, Robert Polito, & Tom Healy
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The Last Obscenity: William Gaddis’s Collected Correspondence
Too Big to Succeed: On William Gaddis's "J R"
12-29-1922 - 12-16-1998
William Gaddis was an influential American novelist. Two of his books won the American Book Award for Fiction, and his first,
, earned a spot on
Magazine's list of the 100 best novels from 1923 to 2005.
The Letters of William Gaddis