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The Long Shadow of Two Paths for the Novel

A review of his 2001 book by Zadie Smith has clung to the writer Tom McCarthy. Credit PHOTOGRAPH BY JASON ALDEN/REX USA Sometimes a critic writes something about an artist that so lodges in a reader's mind that it follows the artist around, ... New Yorker, 4 days ago

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Das Ding: Graeme Mitchell at Wilding Cran

For this week's Anniversary Issue, we commissioned Graeme Mitchell to photograph thecomedy duo Key and Peele for Zadie Smith's story Brother from Another Mother .Mitchell, who is mostwidelyknown for his portraiture, relocated to Los Angeles from ...
 New Yorker1 week ago

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

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 ...
 Inquisitr2 months 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 Monitor1 month ago

22 Contemporary Authors You Absolutely Should Be Reading

1. Natalie Baszile Pamela Dorman Books Natalie Baszile is an essayist and the author of the novel Queen Sugar . Why you should read her: Queen Sugar is about a single mother who suddenly inherits a sugarcane farm in ...
 BuzzFeed3 days ago

'Satin Island', by Tom McCarthy

The author attempts to disrupt conventional understandings of what matters in a work of fiction Tom McCarthy's novels reliably enjoy critical acclaim and prize nominations. His debut novel, Remainder (2005) - declared "one of the great English ...
 Austin American Statesman4 days ago

King of Lad Lit Nick Hornby On Writing Strong Women

You don't walk into lampposts when youre reading literary novels. So wrote Nick Hornby in his Believer column What Ive Been Reading, and though he was praising Dennis Lehane's Mystic River , he could have been talking about his own best-selling ...
 MSNBC Newsweek5 days ago

Embracing Butler's Cultural Requirement

Butler University was founded on liberal arts, and the university has a responsibility to foster this culture. Last week, an unnamed accounting major said he or she usually tries to leave Butler cultural events early because they did not see their ...
 Individual.com6 days ago

Roundup: Turrell's volcano, Giotto controversy, damaged Asher fountain

An Australian photographer's multimillion-dollar business ... James Turrell's $6,500 volcano tours ... a restoration of priceless Giotto works under fire in Italy. Plus, freedom of expression and the looming Havana Biennial. All that and more, in ...
 Los Angeles Times1 week ago

Forget Neil Patrick Harris: Our Suggestions for Oscars Host

Culture Neil Patrick Harris stands next to a sealed briefcase holding his Oscar predictions. REUTERS/Mike Blake REUTERS/Mike Blake Between the limp puns and underwear gags, Neil Patrick Harris's big night playing host at the 87th Academy ...
 MSNBC Newsweek1 week ago
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