Ron Hogan wants you to read The Evolution of Bruno Littlemore by Benjamin Hale. This is what an Ayn Rand dating site would look like. Mailer vs. Vidal, Hemingway vs. everybody who bothered him when he was drunk, and other good literary fights. A video of Denis Johnson reading. Don’t worry everybody: Huffington Post will not turn AOL leftist. So all of you people who were thinking that would be the case, please rest a little bit easier.
Posted by Nick Curley Unlike your nightly news, we’re follow-uppers: we follow up. Here now, the double whammy in a one-two punch of a story we first brought you this past Friday. Over at The Huffington Theorum, Park Slope resident and café recliner occupant Jonathan Safran Foer details the process of literally carving Bruno Schultz’s short story collection The Street of Crocodiles into a new novel, Tree of Codes. Schultz enthusiasts may recall that when Penguin reprinted Crocodiles for their […]
By Jason Diamond The other day, Huffington Post writer Stephanie Harnett asked the question: When was the last time you saw Mark Twain on the Q train? Or Faulkner on the F? As somebody who takes both the Q and the F on a daily basis, I decided to go ahead and look into this, because according to Ms. Harnett: Great literature has lost out to throw-away tabloid news on the subways. My results were culled from one AM ride […]