On the Shelf
Translating, Restoring, Interring
June 14, 2012 | by The Paris Review
The long, strange history of Dorothy Parker’s ashes.
Translating Emily Dickinson (into modern English).
Thomas Pynchon (finally) allows his books to be sold digitally.
At the newly launched the Slant, Erica Jong talks … well, everything.
The Arizona Department of Transportation turns to haiku for their latest dust-storm PSAs.
Hemingway’s Oak Park childhood home has been purchased. The new owners say they plan a Hemingway-esque restoration.