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year in culture 2018
In Fiction, It Was the Year of the Woman
Amid Trump-obsessed nonfiction blockbusters, women led the way forward for fiction that matters.
The 90 Best Books for Comedy Fans
The ultimate comedy library.
: Jeffrey Eugenides’s Short-Story Sideline
The book is most interesting for the view it affords us of Eugenides absorbing various formal and topical trends.
Bill Clinton and James Patterson Are Writing a Novel About a Missing President
Whomever could it be about?
the obama years
Considering the Novel in the Age of Obama
What the standout fiction of the last eight years can tell us about an art form, and a country, in flux.
Lena Dunham Is Writing a Short Story Collection Called ‘Best and Always’
Now that she’s already published a memoir, Lena Dunham is giving fiction a try for her next book. According to Vulture, Dunham is currently […]
summer selections 2016
20 Fun Fiction Books to Read at the Beach, As Chosen by Authors
Handpicked by Alexander Chee, Jenny Han, and J. Courtney Sullivan.
Can Short Stories Still Shock?
Modes once heralded as avant-garde now linger among the array of strategies available to any writer.
the fall of lance armstrong
Australian Library Plans to Move Lance Armstrong Books to the ‘Fiction’ Section
Sydney’s Manly Library is not messing around.
the way we serialize fiction now
Story Will Be Tweeted
All 8,500 words of it.
The New Yorker
‘20 Under 40’ Is Like a Highbrow, Literary
Simon Cowell is not involved.
Read the Short Story James Franco Wrote for
“Me and Joe, we just sit.”