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“How hard was it to supply archers arrows in ancient battles?” Bryson Burroughs, The Archers, 1917. Sozzled novelists (aka, lit lit) seems to be the thing ...
March 7, 2014 04:28 PM
Georges Perec, best known for Life: A User’s Manual, was born on this day in 1936; he died at only forty-five. You can celebrate his birthday by reading a ...
March 7, 2014 03:30 PM
Detail from George Morland’s Vor dem Schweinestall, 1793. Yesterday, the estimable Margaret Eby sent me something she had run across in The Artists’ and ...
March 7, 2014 02:28 PM
Detail from the cover of Kevin Prufer’s Churches. The Winter issue of The Paris Review includes Kevin Prufer’s poem “How He Loved Them.” Prufer is the ...
March 7, 2014 11:58 AM
Photo: Michael Freeman, courtesy of the Museum of the City of New York, via Gizmodo Because completion is for rubes—twelve books that end in the middle of ...
March 7, 2014 09:30 AM
It’s late, and you’re still awake. Allow us to help with Sleep Aid, a series devoted to curing insomnia with the dullest, most soporific prose available in ...
March 7, 2014 02:30 AM
Interviews with Matthew Weiner and Adam Phillips
Fiction by Ben Lerner, Zadie Smith, and Rachel Cusk
Poetry by Frederick Seidel and Dorothea Lasky
A portfolio of photographs by Francesca Woodman
A visit with Evan Connell
“One of the things [fiction] does is lead you to recognize what you did not know before.”