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From hefty histories to chick lit: What I learned...
... is, until death intervenes. Every book published by Philip Roth, John Updike, Martin Amis or
during those 18 years landed on the Notable list, however underwhelming it might be —...
Read more at Salon.com
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Coon Rapids man wins Norman Mailer Writing Award
... Connor Rystedt, 20, of Coon Rapids (far left), poses with lifetime achievement winner,
, and president and co-founder of the Norman Mailer Center, Lawrence Schiller.Photo...
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Penalty kicking: A gloomy assessment of English f...
... football’s old “longings” are “the unseen something that hangs in the day”, he is misquoting
, whose unseen something in Underworld “haunts” the day. But, for all the local reminders...
Read more at The New Statesman
Youngstown News, Obituaries, Tributes, FRANCIS A...
... survived by four sisters, Mary A. Cooper, Lena Audino, Pauline Caravella and Catherine DeLillo, all of New Castle, Pa.; and is also survived by several nieces, nephews, great-nieces and...
Read more at The Youngstown Vindicator
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The Peripheral by William Gibson: Prescient, plau...
... his novels set in the present day, it was an almost Victorian-paced novel that, if written by
or Thomas Pynchon, might have been hailed as the first great 9/11 novel. Now, after the...
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Atticus Lish Does Jujitsu
... His father is the editor and writing teacher Gordon Lish—Captain Fiction. Precocity:
, a close friend of Gordon’s, used a passage from one of Atticus’s fourth-grade...
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Drifter, Dealer, Madman, Spy
... as diverse as Joseph Conrad, G. K. Chesterton, Graham Greene, Joan Didion, Robert Stone,
, and James Ellroy. They have also appeared before in the novels of Denis Johnson; think...
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William Gibson: ‘We always think of ourselves as ...
... the present”. Here, futurology is a form of satire, as of course it always has been. Like
or David Foster Wallace, Gibson can identify the fluxes and fevers and fissures that...
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