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Here it is again

Almost dawn, and I'm wide awake
By KARL STEVENS  |  February 26, 2010
On the Campaign Trail

On the Campaign Trail

In the NYTBR's Summer Reading supplement, some famous writers suggested a few books they thought th...
By Sharon Steel  |  June 05, 2008

He's Just Not That Into Your Library

Did you read Rachel Donadio's NYBR back-page essay about literary dealbreakers yet? Or her subsquent...
By Sharon Steel  |  March 31, 2008
"The story is mine"

"The story is mine"

Daniel Mendelsohn (The Lost: A Search for Six of Six Million) wrote what we thought was a depressing...
By Importer  |  March 10, 2008

Interview: David Foster Wallace

Editor's Note: This story originally appeared in the February 20, 1998 edition of the Boston Phoenix .
 Talking about fiction, fellatio and meddling editors with the only American essayist who uses "like" as punctuation.
By TOM SCOCCA  |  February 20, 1998