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Martin Amis: the Prospect interview
... The bulk of it was the latest stuff. So it doesn’t I hope have that feeling. In Mao II,
describes this block in writing a novel: “it was the colour of a monkey, it had...
Read more at Prospect Magazine
Winning the war of words: the memoirs of a sports...
... with writing about sport as anything other than absolutely acceptable,” he says. “Look at
and Philip Roth — writers who have frequently involved sport in their books.” To that...
Read more at Evening Standard
We must stop praying to our iPhones: Dissent and ...
... to sell us something. And when we do find name brands and corporate jargon in a novel like
’s “White Noise,” let’s say, they’re used to satirical ends. But what happens when...
Read more at Salon.com
The incredible vanishing editor: What we can lear...
... includes every book from Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Alice Munro, Zadie Smith, Hilary Mantel and
, to name just five novelists.) It’s in the very nature of editing that the people who do...
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Nicholas Hogg: Can cricket produce a great novel?
Misrule, drew praise and plaudits for their sporting prose. The magisterial opening sequence to
's Underworld follows the trajectory of a home run struck in the 1951 World Series...
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NPR Story | Alaska Public Media
Service. Part thriller, part black comedy, it belongs on the same high shelf as the best books of
and Jonathan Franzen. It won't make the recent headlines any less scary or infuriating,...
Read more at Alaska Public
John Cusack: ‘Hollywood is a whorehouse and peopl...
... it the right way. The film is Pattinson’s second collaboration with Cronenberg after the
adaptation Cosmopolis, which helped R-Patz break from Twilight.In Grosse Pointe...
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