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Listening Closely to the Sounds of New York

Hari Kunzru spent time navigating New York by sound rather than sight and collected his impressions in his new ebook "Twice Upon a Time: Listening to New York," which includes city sounds and music. Photo: Andrew Kelly for The Wall, 1 month ago

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News India Times, 3 months ago

Hari Kunzru's digital tone poem of New York

Twice Upon a Time is a record (no pun intended) of Kunzru's exploration, a kind of three-dimensional tone poem of city life. Using Moondog's music as a soundtrack — he recorded more than a dozen albums over the years and was championed by ...
 Los Angeles Times2 months ago
Slate Magazine

If Karl Ove Knausgaard's My Struggle Were Written by a Woman, Would We Care?

Karl Ove Knausgaard, author of My Struggle. Photo by Ulf Andersen/ After I recommended My Struggle to a friend, she texted, What if a woman wrote it? I wrote back, or an American? and I began to wonder what would happen if the literary ...
 Slate Magazine2 weeks ago The Knausgaard Effect  Outlook India3 weeks ago

Truth teller

Nayantara Sahgal. Photo: Sunil Saxena/ Hindustan Times No notable Indian writer has embodied the political life of the country more consistently than Nayantara Sahgal . Born into the apex of India's independence-era ruling class—her mother, ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago
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Did that light your fire?

Indian writings of pleasurable things between the pages win Bad Sex Awards for all the wrong reasons Although they come from the land of the Kama Sutra, Indians are now gaining a reputation at the dreaded Bad Sex in Fiction Award for passages ...
 Indian News Link1 month ago

'Stella!' is a backstage portrait of acting guru Stella Adler

What could Strasberg teach Adler that she hadn't already learned as a girl acting with her nearest and dearest on stage? She was born, as she said, "into a kingdom," a princess of the Yiddish theater. To her temperamental mind, Strasberg was an ...
 Los Angeles Times1 month ago

Roxane Gay's 'An Untamed State' gives torture survivor a voice

Written from Mireille's perspective, "An Untamed State" is an account of what is normally unaccountable: a level of trauma that, even if it is survived, is often too painful to relate. From the first sentence, we know Mireille has found a way to ...
 Los Angeles Times2 months ago

Judith Nies' 'Unreal City' built on huge water, energy deals

The corporate interests were pitting one group of Native Americans (the Hopi) against another (the Navajo) in the name of coal mining and keeping the lights on in Arizona and Nevada cities while ostensibly celebrating Hopi culture (with Redford) at ...
 Los Angeles Times2 months ago

For Philip Roth, retirement means hanging with Stephen Colbert

Will they be able to discuss all his works? Roth began his career with the 1959 collection "Goodbye, Columbus" and ended it (if he is to be believed) with the novel "Nemesis" in 2010, publishing more than two dozen books along the way. His notable ...
 Los Angeles Times2 months ago

Simon & Schuster joins Oyster and Scribd for 'Netflix for e-books'

Simon & Schuster is the second of the Big Five publishers to sign on with the services. Both launched with HarperCollins providing select titles, some independent publishers are also on board, and both include public domain books. But just like ...
 Los Angeles Times2 months ago
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