Articles by Nick Moran

September 14, 2011

Burning Libraries 0

An arsonist broke into the University of Missouri’s Ellis Library, but Robert Long Foreman‘s dismayed for more than that reason.

September 13, 2011

Pre-Revolutionary Russia… In Living Color 0

Tsar Nicholas II commissioned Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorsky to document pre-revolutionary Russia. His color photographs taken between 1904 and 1916 are incredible.

September 13, 2011

Coetzee on Murray 0

Millions favorite J. M. Coetzee analyzes “the angry genius” of Les Murray for The New York Review of Books.

September 13, 2011

Duke University Press Goes Digital 1

Even though HathiTrust is currently being sued by The Authors Guild and a few others, it’s recently partnered with Google and Duke University Press to digitize “a trove of older titles.”

September 12, 2011

The Art of Hyping 1

Chad Harbach‘s The Art of Fielding is ubiquitous. We tapped it in our Second Half of 2011 Preview. n+1 bundled it with year-long subscriptions. The Awl interviewed the author. The New Yorker‘s Book Club picked it as their September book. It was reviewed in The New York Times. Now Keith Gessen‘s expanded his Vanity Fair […]

September 12, 2011

Otherwise Known as a Library 0

Amazon is supposedly setting up a “Netflix for e-books” program for Amazon Prime subscribers.

September 12, 2011

Entourage v. Mad Men 3

Is “Entourage” just “Mad Men” set in modern times? This article, of course, must be paired with Carles‘ Grantland piece, “I Don’t Want to Bro Up, I’m an ‘Entourage’ Kid.”

September 11, 2011

“Who Are You and What Are You Doing Here?” 0

In a piece for Oxford American, Mark Edmundson has an important message for incoming college freshpersons.

September 11, 2011

Poets & Writers’ MFA Rankings 10

This week I linked to one poet’s concerns about the top MFA programs ranked in Poets & Writers. Now, a pretty impressive list of creative writing instructors have some questions for Poets & Writers itself.

September 10, 2011

Even More DFW 0

In honor of this weekend’s U.S. Open, Grantland‘s Michael MacCambridge is revisiting David Foster Wallace‘s epic essay on Roger Federer.