I work in publishing. I like books and the people who read them.
For a generation of readers, it is easy to imagine that the most important thing John Gregory Dunne ever did was die on Joan Didion. Kelsey Osgood’s “Mr. Didion,” in The American Reader
Fail and fail better and keep failing. James McBride’s advice to aspiring authors via
But the thing that makes a good life isn’t constantly being saintly—it’s just continuing to do shit. We spend so much time waiting to start to live. From Larissa MacFarquhar’s “The Tragedy of Aaron Swartz”
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