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Dawn Powell’s Masterful Gossip: Why Won't It Sell?

Dawn Powell’s Masterful Gossip: Why Won't It Sell?

How Oakland's "racial folkways" are presented in Michael Chabon's "Telegraph Avenue": http://nyr.kr/QbHttB (Photograph by Ulf Andersen/Getty.)

Michael Chabon’s Oakland

How Oakland's "racial folkways" are presented in Michael Chabon's "Telegraph Avenue": http://nyr.kr/QbHttB (Photograph by Ulf Andersen/Getty.)

Nicokolai Gogol.  How I reveled in this story of lassitude, 'Dead Souls.'

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Nicokolai Gogol. How I reveled in this story of lassitude, 'Dead Souls.'

Richard Brody reflects on why Norman Mailer never wrote the book that he was born to write, the story of a Jewish boy in Brooklyn in the 1930s: "He seemed not to be building on his past but, rather, fleeing it; he wasn’t questioning or exploring his identity as much as he was fabricating it."

The Novel that Norman Mailer Didn’t Write

Richard Brody reflects on why Norman Mailer never wrote the book that he was born to write, the story of a Jewish boy in Brooklyn in the 1930s: "He seemed not to be building on his past but, rather, fleeing it; he wasn’t questioning or exploring his identity as much as he was fabricating it."

Martin Amis and Olga Slavnikova speak about the current state of #Russian #fiction and the task of #writing about suffering: http://nyr.kr/KVbXCA

Martin Amis in Conversation with Olga Slavnikova

Martin Amis and Olga Slavnikova speak about the current state of #Russian #fiction and the task of #writing about suffering: http://nyr.kr/KVbXCA

Boris Akunin: Russia's dissident detective novelist http://nyr.kr/LSIbz1

Boris Akunin: Russia’s Dissident Detective Novelist

Boris Akunin: Russia's dissident detective novelist http://nyr.kr/LSIbz1

Click-through for an interview with Peter Stamm about his story in this week's issue "Sweet Dreams": http://nyr.kr/KD2nO3

This Week In Fiction: Peter Stamm

Click-through for an interview with Peter Stamm about his story in this week's issue "Sweet Dreams": http://nyr.kr/KD2nO3

The less I thought about myself, the more myself I became.

The Trick of Life

The less I thought about myself, the more myself I became.

How Mary McCarthy's short story in a 1944 issue of The New Yorker ruined her marriage: http://nyr.kr/KOVhZh

Mary McCarthy, Edmund Wilson, and the Short Story That Ruined a Marriage

How Mary McCarthy's short story in a 1944 issue of The New Yorker ruined her marriage: http://nyr.kr/KOVhZh

A new novel about E. M. Forster, by Damon Galgut, shows that a fictionalized life can revivify even the most heavily biographized writers.

Why Novelize a Novelist’s Life?

A new novel about E. M. Forster, by Damon Galgut, shows that a fictionalized life can revivify even the most heavily biographized writers.

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