"The novelist's obsession, moment by moment, is with language: finding the right next word." Article: Philip Roth insists 'I have no desire to write fiction' Corona El, Literature, Roth Quit, Quit Writing, Creative Writing, Philip Roth, De Philip, Writers Life, Asturias Corona
Noting that it "doesn't take name-dropping Black Flag or writing a scene where a character gets her first mohawk to know that the book you're reading is influenced in some way or another by the punk scene," Flavorwire recommended "an essential Punk literature reading list."
Fiction FEBRUARY 9, 2015 ISSUE Sweetness BY TONI MORRISON - The New Yorker
Reading: The Struggle Tim Parks The conditions in which we read today are not those of fifty or even thirty years ago, and the big question is how contemporary fiction will adapt to these changes, because in the end adapt it will. No art form exists independently of the conditions in which it is enjoyed.
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