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Zadie Smith: The Greatest Thing About Manhattan Is The Worst T...

Zadie Smith may be British, but the author has been living in Manhattan and Queen's Park in London for nearly a decade. In Smith's estimation, that's enough time for her share a treatise on how she sees the world and what it's like to be a modern ... Inquisitr, 1 month ago

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Irish Times, 2 weeks ago

Library Usage Falls Significantly As Services Shrink

Zadie Smith has described libraries as "absolutely essential", Alan Bennett believes that closing branches is verging on "child abuse" and Neil Gaiman that failing to value libraries is "silencing the voices of the past [and] damaging the future".
 Booktrade - Book2Book1 month ago

#SetHerFree a campaign to end the inhumane detention of women in the UK

Amelia Smith As an asylum seeker from Turkey Meltem Avcil arrived in England aged 13. Along with her mother she was detained in Bedfordshire's detention centre, Yarl's Wood, which has gained notoriety for its cruel treatment of asylum seekers.
 Middle East Monitor2 weeks ago

What Silicon Valley Thinks of Women

On a spring afternoon last year at an outdoor café in San Francisco, two denizens of the tech community sketched out their strategy for a startup. Like most 28-year-olds in Silicon Valley, they had smarts and dreams. One was a passionate, ...
 MSNBC Newsweek1 hour ago
New Yorker

Music, Fiction, and the Value of Attention

Credit Photograph by Gérard Rondeau / Agence VU The protagonist of Richard Powers's 2014 novel, Orfeo, is a composer named Peter Els who, late in life, begins to dabble in biotechnology. Els'sattempts to compose in DNA turn him into a suspected ...
 New Yorker1 day ago

14 Novels About Muslim Life That Shouldn't Be Missed

1. Minaret by Leila Aboulela — Sudan and Britain Grove Atlantic What it's all about: A young, secular Sudanese woman moves from the party life of Khartoum to a quiet life of service in London. Why you should read it: ...
 BuzzFeed1 day ago

An interview with Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie on her latest novelAmericanah - but also on love, race and hair

In his 1946 essay Why I write , George Orwell stated that "Good prose is like a windowpane": transparent, clear, lucid . Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie quotes this passage during a conversation with Zadie Smith to explain her stylistic aim: she wants to ...
 Vogue.it1 day ago

Maria Popova's Brain Pickings

Why would I want to write something that would have the shelf life of a banana? Maria Popova asked the interviewer from the New York Times. Popova must be one of the few bright young literary things living in uber-cool Brooklyn who doesn't want to ...
 Irish Times3 days ago

Turn Left at the Oyster Festival! A Festival a Month for 2015

I was driving through the rolling hills of Wales, conjuring up King Arthur and Dylan Thomas when my stomach started to rumble. It was triggered by a makeshift sign that kept popping up, tempting me with just two words "Oyster Festival" and an arrow ...
 Huffington Post4 days ago

Literature festivals, authors, and the creative economy

The Jaipur Literature Festival (JLF), which is underway in the pink city, has been a trailblazer, sparking a stampede of literature festivals in its wake, with no less than 70 of them springing up across India and South Asia . And interestingly, ...
 Livemint.com5 days ago
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