Nobel Prize-winner Mario Vargas Llosa’s The Bad Girl.
Robert Hass’ Time and Materials.
Editing the infamous Gordon Lish.
The mystery at the heart of Henry James’ The Ambassadors, solved.
Challenging the myth of merit-based publishing.
A Dutch Nabokov or Calvino.
William Trevor’s Cheating at Canasta.
Dissecting the latest Philip Roth.
The great books we haven’t read.
Fall Fiction Week at Slate.
Mario Vargas Llosa’s The Bad Girl.
Hemingway’s lost beer ads.
The Internet, I Hope and Fear, Is Only the Beginning
Monkeys, Ill-Groomed Novelists, and the Golden Future of Fiction
The disgracefulness of Charles Frazier.
Bloggers and booksellers recommend overlooked fiction.
Without Books, the Good Life Isn’t Possible
The Illustrated Jane Eyre.