Morning Bites: Hilary Mantel’s Portrait, Graham Greene on Shirley Temple, Karl Ove Knausgård, Hatchet Jobs, and More


Hilary Mantel’s portrait is hanging in the British Library, making her the first living writer to be able to say she saw a painting of herself hung in the world famous institution.

Karl Ove Knausgård talks with The New Yorker.

That one time Graham Greene “slut-shamed Shirley Temple.”

 On McNally Jackson’s Goods for the Study store.

Ruth Ozeki talks at The New School.

And the Hatchet Job of the Year goes to…

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