Articles by C. Max Magee
December 30, 2016
Before we get into 2017, let’s take a look at what what readers were most excited about on The Millions in 2016.
November 29, 2016
Rather than ask for your support at some future moment, when The Millions is under duress, it has become clear to us that it makes much more sense to ask for your support now, when we are doing well, producing great work, and hopeful about our big plans for the future.
October 13, 2016
We’re proud to report that “Beautiful Babies” by our editor Lydia Kiesling and “Summer without End” by Wayne Scott were both named “Notable Essays” in the 2016 edition of The Best American Essays, edited by Jonathan Franzen.
June 20, 2015
Writer James Salter died on Friday. We interviewed him in 2012 and he reflected on memory and on his long life as a writer. He said, “Everything you know, nobody else knows, and everything you imagine or see belongs to you alone. What you write comes out of that, both in the trivial and deepest […]
January 19, 2015
As often tends to be the case, the NBCC is offering up what may be the most well-rounded fiction shortlist you’ll find.
January 12, 2015
We are undoubtedly swayed by the little billboard that is the cover of every book we read.
December 29, 2014
Before we get into 2015, let’s take a look at what was keeping readers interested on The Millions in 2014.
December 1, 2014
As we kick off another Year in Reading, please enjoy these riches from some of our favorite writers and thinkers.
September 2, 2014
We recently published our review of Haruki Murakami’s latest novel, Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage. Now comes news that yet another Murkami book will be hitting shores before the year is out. The Strange Library, already available for pre-order, is 96 pages long, will ship in December, and will include “full-color art […]
July 30, 2014
Our own Bill Morris (the man Michiko Kakutani once compared favorably to John Updike) is hitting the road in support of his novel Motor City Burning, and you can catch him now as he swings through the South before heading to the Midwest. Elsewhere, see what Detroit’s hometown paper learned from Bill about a novel […]