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DeLillo and Amis’s New Books Are Lazy Versions of Their Greatest Hits
If you’re looking to the old guard for innovation, you’re in for a disappointing reading season.
: Michael Clune’s New Gamer-Memoir Classic
All those hours spent at the keyboard of a Commodore 64 or an Apple IIe, was any of it really fun?
Summer’s Almost Over, So Read One of These Twelve Books Already
You’ve got a little less than three weeks left until Labor Day. So pick up a book already.
Martin Amis On Terrorism, Pornography, Brooklyn
“Embarrassingly idyllic, really. Like living in the fifties—so philoprogenitive.”
Martin Amis Loves the New Don DeLillo Book
“When we say that we love a writer’s work, we are always stretching the truth: what we really mean is that we love about half of it.”
David Mitchell, Peter Carey Land on the Man Booker Long List
Martin Amis and Ian McEwan do not.
Martin Amis and Christopher Hitchens’s Inside Jokes Are No Funnier Than Regular People’s Inside Jokes
Unless you think “Stop in the Name of Hysterical Sex” is really funny.
Blake Lively Isn’t the Least Bit Worried About Being Attracted to Alan Arkin
Plus: Dakota Fanning talks about smooching her
co-star, Kristin Stewart.
ranters and ravers
Did Heath Ledger Really Slag Off Philip Seymour Hoffman? The ‘Times’ Says So!
The ‘Times Book Review’ includes a highly questionable quotation purported to be from Heath Ledger. Vulture calls B.S.
the early-evening news
Anti-Christmas Hero Makes Triumphant Return to Broadway!
Plus: News about Batman!