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Paulé Bartón’s folktales, scant on detail but rich with character, provide the perfect combination of magical and mundane.
The author of ‘Trick Mirror’ discusses her writing process, her favorite Houston rappers, and how she maintains a healthy sense of self in the internet age.
This past Friday, a hundred or so people milled about the second floor of the Strand sipping wine, picking at cheese platters, and talking about death. A celebration of the life of Strand Book Store owner Fred Bass, who passed away earlier this …
In my enviable role as social-media manager, I get to pick through old issues of The Paris Review to find interesting, overlooked pieces to surface. Nestled in issue no. 78 (Summer 1980), among Bobby Anderson’s “Edie Sedgwick: A Reminiscenc…