Another excuse to stay indoors.
Plus: Paul Auster not listening to critics.
Even though photographers ask him to write them all the time.
This counterfactual novel, in which Bush versus Gore led to civil war and September 11 never happened, isn't a gimmicky departure for Paul Auster, but a characteristically Austerian dream vision.
Auster talks to Vulture about his critics and why he'd like to see New York become a city-state.
Paul Auster’s New York Trilogy — a group of three meta-fictional detective novels published in the mid-eighties — are undisputed cult classics.