- It’s not online but “The Boy Who Had Never Seen The Sea” by newly named Nobel laureate Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clézio appears in this week’s New Yorker. See our recent guest post about publishing Le Clézio.
- In last week’s New Yorker, Malcolm Gladwell was back, this time talking about “genius.” His guinea pigs were Ben Fountain and Jonathan Safran Foer.
- The headline says it all: “Karl Marx’s book sells as Germany economy sinks.”
- “The _______of________“
- The fall issue of The Quarterly Conversation has arrived.
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