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Mary Higgins Clark, ‘Queen of Suspense’ and Prolific Author, Dead at 92
More than 100 million copies of her books have been sold in America alone.
Teddy Wayne on Why He’s ‘Unsettled’ About Adapting
Into an HBO Series
“I can see why my wife didn’t want her relatives to read it.”
To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before
Author Jenny Han Crafted Lara Jean
“I was thinking a lot about
, and sisters, and being around the hearth.”
Writer Harlan Ellison Dead at 84
His wife, Susan, confirmed the news.
Junot Díaz’s Accuser Confronted Him Live During a Q&A
It was unclear to the hundreds of attendees whether Díaz recognized her, or pretended not to.
Love Seeing People Being Courteous on the Subway
Plus other things we learned from a questionnaire given to the five One Book, One New York contenders. (Big fans of
Wild Wild Country.)
Dennis Cooper Is a Notorious Novelist. What Kind of Filmmaker Will He Be?
He’s reinventing himself in the model of his idol, French director Robert Bresson.
Author Danzy Senna on Finding Inspiration After Leaving Brooklyn
writer moved to California because New York felt like “a book party that never ended.” She doesn’t mean that in a good way.
The Acerbic, Unflinching Writing of Samantha Irby
She took up her confessional writing to “impress a dude” — and wound up marrying a woman. She also picked up a lot of famous fans.
The Rise of the Fake Famous Jackass Novelist
The pop-culture trope appears in
Bored to Death, The Squid and the Whale,
400 Authors Pen Open Letter Against Trump
The list of authors who hate Trump is
The Videos of Donald Barthelme
“It’s a very particular kind of sense of humor and if it happens to get your funny bone, then it’s ridiculously funny.” -Salman Rushdie on […]
We Promise Terry Isn’t the Author, by Luke Strickler
Terry is not the author, nor is he a reference to the author. Terry is not any one of the author’s friends, a person who considers themselves […]
Jason Segel Is Writing a YA Trilogy
Just as long as it’s not about a dystopian future.
Gesundheit, Mr. Vonnegut
“All the great story lines are great practical jokes that people fall for over and over again.” — Kurt Vonnegut, The Paris Review - The […]
Conor Mc Keon
J.D. Salinger Revealed to Be Burger King–Loving Cross-Country Traveler
We knew it.
Nobel Prize Winner Mario Vargas Llosa Doesn’t Know What the Future Holds for Books
“It’s an enigma.”
famous authors say the darndest things
Ray Bradbury: The Future Has ‘Too Many Internets’
author is turning ninety, so cut him some slack.