If the Aim of Literature Is to Spark Debate,
PopMattersIf the Aim of Literature Is to Spark Debate, Philip Roth Has SucceededPopMatters... John Updike and Saul Bellow are both unfortunately deceased, while Thomas Pynchon lives a reclusive existence and, while Don DeLillo is still alive and working, as is Paul Auster, these 'Great American Authors' of the 20th Century are growing fewer ...
Posted on 23 October 2017 | 6:33 am
On my bookshelf with writer Kusum Sawhney -
Times of IndiaOn my bookshelf with writer Kusum SawhneyTimes of IndiaAt the moment I've got Anything is Possible by Elizabeth Stroud, Paul Auster's 4321 and The Hate you Give by Angie Thomas. A book that changed me. Salman Rushdie's Midnight's Children opened up a whole new world for me, with his magical story within ...
Posted on 21 October 2017 | 11:31 am
Prize-winning author George Saunders thanks
Chicago TribunePrize-winning author George Saunders thanks his Oak Forest rootsChicago TribuneSaunders beat five other finalists for the Man Booker Prize: New Yorker Paul Auster's quadruple coming-of-age story "4321"; U.S. writer Emily Fridlund's story of a Midwest teenager, "History of Wolves"; Scottish author Ali Smith's Brexit-themed "Autumn ...George Saunders wins the 2017 Man Booker PrizeLos Angeles TimesThe Latest: 'Lincoln in the Bardo' wins Man Booker PrizeBusiness Insidergulftoday.ae | Gong for a 20-year ideaGulf TodayThe Tribuneall 105 news articles »
Posted on 19 October 2017 | 11:59 am
George Saunders' 'Lincoln in the Bardo' wins
Seattle TimesGeorge Saunders' 'Lincoln in the Bardo' wins Booker prizeSeattle TimesSaunders beat five other finalists: New Yorker Paul Auster's quadruple coming-of-age story “4321”; U.S. writer Emily Fridlund's story of a Midwest teenager, “History of Wolves”; Scottish author Ali Smith's Brexit-themed “Autumn”; British-Pakistani ...Man Booker prize 2017: Ali Smith leads sales, George Saunders ahead at bookiesThe GuardianMan Booker Prize: George Saunders wins for Lincoln in the BardoBBC NewsMan Booker Prize: Who will claim the prestigious literary award in 2017?ABC OnlineThe Atlantic -Washington Post -TwinCities.com-Pioneer Pressall 171 news articles »
Posted on 17 October 2017 | 2:13 pm
Sex, lies and Frenchmen on bikes - Financial
Financial TimesSex, lies and Frenchmen on bikesFinancial TimesThe Man Booker shortlist reviewed The winner of the £50,000 literary award will be announced this evening in London. Here's what our reviewers think of Paul Auster's 4321, Emily Fridlund's History of Wolves, Mohsin Hamid's Exit West, Fiona Mozley's ...
Posted on 17 October 2017 | 10:10 am
A Brutal American Epic
“I put it down as I see it,” he told an interviewer. The eye has knowledge the mind cannot share. “A poem in his hands,” Paul Auster said, “is an act of image-ing, rather than of imagining.” When Reznikoff was young he walked twenty miles per da
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 2:11 am
I prefer contemporary fiction. My favorite authors include John Irving, Richard Ford, Paul Auster, Richard Russo, and David Mitchell and I have read most, if not all, of their collected works. I have most recently read “The Submission” by Amy Waldman ...
Posted on 24 August 2015 | 11:04 pm
Starz's 'Blunt Talk' with Patrick Stewart a
and in place of Paul Auster and Gore Vidal you get references to Daniel Craig and Jeffrey Katzenberg. The words "Only in Los Angeles" are actually spoken. The early episodes have titles, taken from their dialogue, such as "I Seem to Be Running Out of ...
Posted on 23 August 2015 | 10:07 pm
Mexican president vows better protection for
artists and intellectuals voiced their "indignation" over the country s failure to protect journalists who report on drug violence and corruption. The group included Britain s Salman Rushdie, American Paul Auster and Canada s Margaret Atwood.
Posted on 19 August 2015 | 5:31 pm
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto Vows
artists and intellectuals voiced their "indignation" over the country's failure to protect journalists who report on drug violence and corruption. The group included Britain's Salman Rushdie, American Paul Auster and Canada's Margaret Atwood.
Posted on 19 August 2015 | 11:08 am