Articles by Nick Moran

October 7, 2011

The Steve Jobs Memory 1

As a result of Wednesday night’s tragic news, the release date of Walter Isaacson‘s forthcoming Steve Jobs has been pushed forward to October 24th. It already holds the #1 spot on Amazon.

October 5, 2011

Lewis on the Economy 0

While on the publicity tour for his latest book, Boomerang: Travels in the New Third World, Michael Lewis stops by NPR‘s “Fresh Air” to talk Greece, the Euro, California’s “third world problems,” and the Occupy Wall Street protests. The author also gets a nice write-up in the latest New York Magazine, and his interview on […]

October 5, 2011

BOMBlog Double 0

Two fantastic interviews are up on BOMB Magazine‘s BOMBlog: In the first, Millions contributor Matt Jakubowski speaks with Shards author Ismet Prcic, and in the second, Swamplandia! author Karen Russell does a Q&A for San Francisco’s Litquake.

October 5, 2011

Mangrove Opens Submissions Nationally 0

Are you an undergraduate who writes? Do you know one who does? This year, my alma mater’s literary magazine is accepting submissions from undergraduates even if they don’t attend the University of Miami. Check out its blog for details.

October 5, 2011

It’s Not TV, It’s Jonathan Franzen. 0

To celebrate the official HBO adaptation of Jonathan Franzen‘s The Corrections, The New Yorker has compiled a list of “Franzen Facts.”

October 5, 2011

Literary T-Shirts 0

How would you like to wear your favorite classic novel on your chest?

October 3, 2011

Graphic Novelists 0

HTMLGiant‘s Jimmy Chen follows up his “Author venn diagram” with a “Men matrix” and a “Women matrix.”

October 3, 2011

The HemingWAY 0

James Salter reviews Paul Hendrickson‘s Hemingway’s Boat for The New York Review of Books. Relatedly, Helena Price has been using 1000memories to compile “memory pages” to “explore the life of Ernest Hemingway as well as his friends and family.” Of particular note is this poster imploring us to “Live the HemingWAY.” Also related, The Paris […]

October 3, 2011

Bartholomew, DeLillo, Thomson 0

In a Grantland interview with Rafe Bartholomew, Don DeLillo talks Underworld, baseball, and Bobby Thomson’s “Shot Heard ‘Round the World.”

October 3, 2011

Javier Sicilia’s Movement 0

Mexican poet Javier Sicilia founded the Movement for Peace With Justice and Dignity as a means of combating the horrific slew of drug-related murders plaguing his country. As he explains in this translated letter to Mexico’s government, his cause is personally motivated.