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Steven Moore: My Back Pages
Steven Moore has gathered his book reviews and essays that take us from the Beats and the Fifties to practically yesterday or even tomorrow.
Julian Talamantez Brolaski: Of Mongrelitude
Talamantez Brolaski is trans-gender and describes himself as a multi-gendered, racial and linguistic mongrel. His poems chart a journey out of pain, confusion and darkness into a visionary state.
Elif Batuman: The Idiot
Selin, the heroine of Batuman’s autobiographical first novel, The Idiot , is an 18-year-old Harvard freshman of Turkish-American descent. Set in 1995, the novel observes the rise of internet culture.
George Toles: Paul Thomas Anderson
Screenwriter and critic George Toles' study of writer/director Paul Thomas Anderson focuses on his more recent films, including Punch-Drunk Love, There Will Be Blood and The Master . Toles values tracking his deepest personal experiences while watching a movie.
George Saunders: Lincoln in the Bardo (Part II)
Known for the outrageous comedy of his acclaimed short stories, George Saunders says that daring to write this novel about grief, loss and the journey of the soul was like jumping off a cliff.