Articles by Editor
March 16, 2010
Lisa Peet at Open Letters Monthly / Likefire blog on Millions contributor Sonya Chung‘s novel Long for This World: “When a novel, particularly a debut novel, is referred to as ‘ambitious,’ there’s usually an implicit ‘but’ present… Chung takes on the dynamics of family—what draws it together and what pulls it apart—through the eyes of […]
March 12, 2010
“What I’d like to ask you is if you have any reading suggestions for finding out about the ins and outs of book and magazine publishing.”
March 1, 2010
My question to you is why does “The Bachelor” — a show with a largely female audience — continue to enforce these sexist stereotypes of what a women can (and in some cases, should) be?
February 2, 2010
By way of starting a conversation about the ideal marriage of text and transportation, we’ve asked our contributors and readers to make reading recommendations for Planes, Trains, and Automobiles.
January 11, 2010
Suggestions for readers who really own a stage.
November 11, 2009
In honor of the 10th anniversary of NYRB Classics: What out-of-print book would you like to see become an NYRB Classic?
October 14, 2009
Millions contributor Sonya Chung will be reading from her forthcoming novel, Long for This World, at KGB Bar in the East Village NYC, on Friday, Oct. 16 at 7pm. With Sara Goudarzi and Daniel Meltzer.
September 21, 2009
We recently conducted a poll of our regular contributors and our favorite writers, editors, and critics, asking a single question: “What are the best books of fiction of the millennium, so far?” The results were robust, diverse, and surprising. This week, we’ll be counting down the Top 20.
August 16, 2009
If you could read just one novel, what would it be?
August 9, 2009
E-book pricing wars continue. Sony tries to hit the Kindle where it hurts by offering cheaper e-books. Meanwhile, $0 is becoming an important price point at the Kindle store. Sam Anderson hates Thomas Pynchon. An indie bookstore fan uses our bookstore tour as a jumping-off point for a literary day in Manhattan. You can too.