The New York Times Magazine profiled author Lorrie Moore.
…despite the connection readers feel to Moore’s heroines, her writing maintains a careful distance, epitomizing a formal rigor that never confuses the use of the personal for artistic effect with the confessional. Moore will not confess. She mines the events and characters of her life, not in search of closure or catharsis but to bend and shape them to her artistic purpose.
HotPress examined how Martin Amis laid the blueprint for Britpop.
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Matt Berenson explored the discography of the Jayhawks.
The New York Times remembered poet Saskia Hamilton.
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The New Yorker interviewed author Deborah Levy.
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Paste profiled musician Ezra Williams.
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