Jennifer Egan’s “Peter M.” & Much More
“After the 500th page, the discovery of yet another digression, or list, or poem, or fictional legal document, becomes if not a cause for celebration a source of amusement.” A review of Sergio De La Pava’s debut novel, A Naked Singularity. Here.
Alice Munro’s latest story collection, Dear Life, is on the way. Here.
Who is the “Peter M.” to whom Jennifer Egan dedicates her novel A Visit From The Goon Squad? Here.
Ann Patchett’s new literary hero: novelist Edward St. Aubyn (At Last). Without doubt, the man is viciously funny. Here.
Q&A with debut novelist Tupelo Hassman (Girlchild). Here.
RIP Maurice Sendak (Where the Wild Things Are). Here.
Bill Morris reflects on one-word book titles. Here.
A fellow PW alum reflects on book reviewing. Here.
A Portnoy’s Complaint for girls? A report on Jennifer Miller’s debut novel The Year of the Gadfly. Here.
An interview with Israeli story writer Etgar Keret (Suddenly, A Knock on the Door). Listen here.
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