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A Brief Interview With T.C. Boyle

Gabriel García Márquez has died, at eighty-seven. The Paris Review interviewed him in 1981

Reza Azlan's 'Zealot' Draws Criticism From Pastors And Professors

New Exhibition Explores Andy Warhol's Relationship With Books

Harriet Beecher Stowe Center Gets $150,000 Preservation Grant From Federal Government

Carel Fabritius, The Goldfinch, 1654. Fabricius (1622-1654) was a Dutch painter and one of Rembrandt's most gifted pupils.

Oyster's here to save Father's Day. Because you were going to get your dad socks, or a tie, or razor blades. You were! You were. In honor of every kind ...

PEN/Fusion Emerging Writers Prize ($10,000) | PEN American Center

Italo Calvino, The Art of Fiction No. 130 Interviewed by William Weaver, Damien Pettigrew

What Does The Cover Of Your Autobiography Look Like

Joan Didion, author, has MS. The writer, who detailed her diagnosis in "The White Album," told the New York Times she went blind for six weeks due to the disease.

The Drawings of Jean-Paul Sartre

The 20 Most Beautiful Children's Books of All Time

All The Daylight Hours, by Amanda Jernigan

American Horror Story: Coven

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