Morning Bites: Hollywood Blacklist Apologies, Roth And The Jews, Arthur Returns, Noir In New York, And More

The son of the founder of The Hollywood Reporter is sorry his dad printed the Hollywood Blacklist.

“So what, exactly, does it mean to be influenced by Philip Roth? His body of work is so diverse that he’s a presence every writer must assimilate and, if successful, live down.”  – Philip Roth’s retirement and what it means to Jewish fiction at The New York Observer.

The Morning News has fiction by Russian writer Irina Bogatyreva.

Herman Wouk tries again.

Arthur Magazine is back!

New York noir setting: then and now.

Is the era of the pop hit dead and gone?

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