Trayvon Martin and America’s Gun Laws : The New Yorker
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National Book Awards 2013: Shortlists For Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, and Young People's Literature Announced
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We asked Margaret Atwood, Sheila Heti, Jhumpa Lahiri, and a number of other writers what Alice Munro’s fiction has meant to them.
Adam Gopnik asks, "Can Science Explain Why We Tell Stories?" nyr.kr/LkuBUv
December 2, 2013 -- Despite a pop culture era that increasingly caters to niche markets, Kelefa Sanneh looks at why hit movies and television shows are more dominant than ever.
Michael Idov on Vassily Aksyonov’s 1979 novel that predicts the Russian invasion of Crimea