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Peter Carey on the “dangers and pleasures” of writing novels.
James Tate on the art of poetry: “The thing that was magic about it was that once you put down one word, you could cross it out. . . . I put down mountain, then I'd go, no—valley. That's better.”
An encounter with a Serbian terrorist.
Sketches and watercolors by Woody Guthrie.
Rose Tremain, A Game of Cards
Peter Carey, The Art of Fiction No. 188 Full Text
James Tate, The Art of Poetry No. 92 Full Text
Debora Greger, Six Poems
Will Steacy, Awash
Woody Guthrie, Rattle My Rattle
Christopher S. Stewart, Assassin Full Text