In our Tuesday morning reading: notes on Two-Lane Blacktop, a review of Judy Blume’s new novel, Norman Rush talks Saul Bellow, and more.
#tobyreads: Lonesome & Crowded — Rudolph Wurlitzer, J. David Osborne, and Gretel Ehrlich Send Dispatches From the West
I was born in upstate New York. Eleven months later, my parents moved to the middle of New Jersey, where I came of age. I went to college in Manhattan, moved back to New Jersey for a couple of months, and then moved to Brooklyn. I’m not proud to say this, but the longest stretch of time I’ve spent outside of the New York metropolitan area has been two weeks in the late summer of 2006. Sometimes, when I’m at […]