Articles by Editor
October 7, 2010
You have until midnight tomorrow to launch The Millions staff writer Edan Lepucki’s novella, If You’re Not Yet Like Me, which Ben Fountain calls “extraordinary.” Don’t miss your chance!
October 4, 2010
Today begins the Flatmancrooked LAUNCH of The Millions staff writer Edan Lepucki and her novella, If You’re Not Yet Like Me. Go here to pre-order a copy of the signed and numbered limited first edition.
July 23, 2010
We’d like to introduce you all to our new intern, Ujala Sehgal, who beat out 50+ other applicants for the position. Ujala lives in Manhattan and recently left a nascent career in corporate law to travel and focus on her writing. Her first full-length piece, about negotiating one’s limitations as a reader and writer, has […]
July 6, 2010
Dozens of books that you’ll want to be reading for the rest of the year and into the next. Dig in!
June 16, 2010
With apologies for obviousness, we hereby present our own informal, unscientific, alternate-universe “20 Under 40” list.
June 15, 2010
Knowing that people like to dig through the archives to read about the books we’ve covered, we’ve tried to create ways to make that easier, but until now our efforts had proven unwieldy to use and to manage. So, in an effort to solve this problem once and for all, we’ve spent several months putting together a new section that we are proud to show off today.
June 8, 2010
Did you know that there are five (5) easy (and affordable!) ways to support The Millions? Find out more!
June 7, 2010
Our intern will join a great group of creative thinkers and have the opportunity to get their work edited by the working writers among us and potentially see their pieces published at The Millions.
May 10, 2010
The Millions Editor Max is interviewed at the National Book Critics Circle today. Among the topics discussed, “the motivation for launching The Millions seven years ago” and what we look for in book reviews.
April 12, 2010
The former booksellers among us have offered up encomiums on some of the bookstores that helped pay their rents and fed their minds over the years.