“I always tell writers it’s stupid to only have writers as your readers. Give it to a few writer friends, but also pick people of lots of different vocations.” Porochista Khakpour talked with The Tottenville Review.
At Brittle Paper: Wole Soyinka’s guide to Paris.
Jason Diamond on Letters of James Agee to Father Flye.
Lindsay Zoladz on pop stars co-opting Take Back the Night.
How does J.R.R. Tolkien’s translation of Beowulf compare with Seamus Heaney’s?
NPR on the latest novel from Francine Prose.
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