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So Lit Book Club Hosts Kerry Howley, Acclaimed Au...
Southern Lit Alliance will host acclaimed essayist Kerry Howley, for a So Lit Book Club discussion on her book Thrown, which is a riveting glimpse into the world of cage fighting. The conversation...
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... Freedman/Panos Pictures To understand shabbiness - its colours and its perfume - one has to understand modernity. One has also to comprehend the aesthetics of socialism, and the morality of...
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James Salter: Writer whose cult following admired...
Born in Manhattan, Salter didn't enjoy great commercial success but was highly admired by critics and such peers as Jhumpa Lahiri, Richard Ford and the late Peter Matthiessen, his friend and long-time...
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Illusions generated a lot of talk in postwar American theatre. The truth is that no amount of reality could compete with the Holocaust. So there was a turning inward. In 1947, Tennessee Williams’s...
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... James Salter, the prize-winning author acclaimed for his sophisticated, granular prose and sobering insights in "Light Years," "A Sport and a Pastime" and other fiction, has died at age 90. Salter,...
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James Salter, America's 'most underrated underrat...
Although Salter’s writing has been said to channel both Ernest Hemingway and Henry Miller, he told his biographer, William Dowie, that André Gide and Thomas Wolfe were his main influences. Certainly,...
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For One Year, This Publisher Will Only Release Bo...
In 2014, only 27 percent of authors represented in The Times Literary Supplement were women, only 40 percent from The
, only 29 percent from The Nation. These numbers are courtesy of the...
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Editor’s Choice: ‘Nabokov in America: On the Road...
Nabokov in America: On the Road to Lolita by Robert Roper, Bloomsbury, 368 pages ($28). “I am as American as April in Arizona” was how Vladimir Nabokov described himself to Herbert Gold and George...
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James Patterson, Author Festival Among Book Events
With more than 300 million copies of his books in print and more than 10 million e-books sold, James Patterson has been called the world's best-selling author. On Wednesday, June 17, at 7:30 p.m., at...
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Tuesday, June 9The Museum Mile Festival, covering the rich cultural landscape on Fifth Avenue from 82nd to 105th streets, kicks off Tuesday evening, with free admission to some of the world's finest...
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Watch: Acclaimed writers reminisce about their “first time” - Quartz Origin storiesWatch: Acclaimed writers reminisce about their “first time” The
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If famous authors sent drunken texts...
If famous authors sent drunken texts… We have all sent drunken texts – incomprehensible at best and toe-curlingly embarrassing at worst. So, the obvious question is what the greatest writers of the...
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CT's James Tillman To Talk About His Book, False ...
... with a Touch of Mid-Life Insanity" Farmington's Main Library will host a free poetry reading by Bloomfield poet and humorist Andy Weil. "Poetry with a Touch of Mid-Life Insanity" will take...
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William F. Buckley would have loathed Fox News: I...
The William F. Buckley house on Park Avenue was the dream of Manhattan’s cat burglars. We cannot know how Midas would have felt about the home, but we can be sure it was the envy of an Astor: For...
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8 great burgers for National Hamburger Day
Today, May 28 is National Hamburger Day. There may a lot of obscure food holidays out there, but we think this one is definitely worth celebrating. FoxNews.com has put together a list of some of the...
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Raymond Chandler's Los Angeles: How the author fo...
Today, it's not an excess of water – as in the scriptures and children's song – that threatens Southern California, but a scarcity of it. The state is considering implementing desalination centres. As...
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The Subprimes By Karl Taro | GreenfeldHarper 320 pages - $25.99 Langan's Book Mark: 2 of 4 stars If you didn't pay careful attention, you might mistake the title of the new dystopian novel “The...
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