“How It Ended” brings together three decades of short stories, representing the breadth of Jay McInerney’s career.
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Blake Bailey provides detailed personal insight into the simultaneously ordinary and extraordinary life of author John Cheever
Inspiring both awe and envy, The New Yorker’s “20 under 40” list has finally been released, after months of media speculation and scrutiny.
Climb on The Pioneer Woman’s covered wagon for hilarious anecdotes, luscious photographs, and step-by-step instructions for preparing mouthwatering meals.
If you think you can’t say much in six words, then you haven’t heard of SMITH.
The Moth provides storytelling opportunities open to anyone who has a story to tell, holding shows in both New York City and in cities around the United States.
This daily online magazine commands some of the most compelling and thoughtful content available on the web. Go there now. Return everyday.
Intelligent, insightful design and culture blog covering everything from the irritating habits of luxury brand marketers to the PDAs of the ancient Sumerians.
This DIY memoir and personal narrative site allows you to spill your guts online without the hassle of a book deal.
With “A Mercy” (Knopf, 2008), Toni Morrison has created another memorable work of fiction.