On the Shelf
Garcia Márquez Lives, Clockwork Orange Is Fifty
May 15, 2012 | by Sadie Stein
Norwich, England, earns the title of a Unesco City of Literature.
The curse of the New Yorker profile?
Happy golden anniversary, Clockwork Orange. Perhaps happy isn't the word?
Angela Garnett, daughter of Vanessa Bell, who chronicled her Bloomsbury childhood in a memoir, has died at ninety-three.
Rumors of Gabriel García Márquez's death were greatly exaggerated.