Articles by: Daniel Asa Rose

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No Time for Boredom: Geoff Dyer Goes to Sea

No Time for Boredom: Geoff Dyer Goes to Sea

The British essayist on his U.S. Navy immersion.

Posted by × June 3, 2014 ×

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I Always Prefer Books That Are Inevitable: David Grossman on "Falling Out of Time"

I Always Prefer Books That Are Inevitable: David Grossman on "Falling Out of Time"

The author of To the End of the Land returns to the grief of losing a child, in a poignant and richly lyrical dirge.

Posted by × April 9, 2014 ×

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Everything That Lives Is Holy: Susan Minot on Thirty Girls

Everything That Lives Is Holy: Susan Minot on Thirty Girls

A true story of abduction and terror inspired the novelist to strike out in a bold new direction.

Posted by × March 6, 2014 ×

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Hang-Gliding with Gary Shteyngart

Hang-Gliding with Gary Shteyngart

The celebrated novelist turns his darkly comic gaze on his own childhood.

Posted by × January 10, 2014 ×

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Yoram Kaniuk: "I Write Upside Down"

Yoram Kaniuk: "I Write Upside Down"

The iconic Israeli writer talks about his memoir of the War of Independence and his late-in-life literary celebrity.

Posted by × December 27, 2012 ×

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Lionel Asbo: State of England

Lionel Asbo: State of England

By MARTIN AMIS

A Cockney thug wins the lottery.

Posted by × August 20, 2012 ×

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The Receptionist

The Receptionist

By JANET GROTH

Working the front desk at The New Yorker.

Posted by × June 26, 2012 ×

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Etgar Keret:  What Happens Next

Etgar Keret: What Happens Next

The short story author speaks on curiosity, self-promotion, and life in a very small country.

Posted by × March 30, 2012 ×

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Behind the Beautiful Forevers

Behind the Beautiful Forevers

By KATHERINE BOO

An award-winning reporter’s “uncompromising and important” new look at daily life in a Mumbai slum.

Posted by × February 10, 2012 ×

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The Man Within My Head

The Man Within My Head

By PICO IYER

The globe-trotting essayist contemplates his greatest influence.

Posted by × January 10, 2012 ×

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China in Ten Words

China in Ten Words

By YU HUA

A “tiny lexicon” captures the paradoxes of the world’s most populous country.

Posted by × November 29, 2011 ×

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MetaMaus

MetaMaus

By ART SPIEGELMAN

The creator of the groundbreaking graphic memoir offers a version of a director’s commentary track

Posted by × October 11, 2011 ×

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Ladies and Gentlemen: Stories

Ladies and Gentlemen: Stories

By ADAM ROSS 

In these stories by the author of Mr. Peanut, you don’t have to be cruel to be kind, but it helps.

Posted by × July 15, 2011 ×

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Life on Sandpaper

Life on Sandpaper

By YORAM KANIUK, Translated by Anthony Berris

An Israeli artist’sadventures in the heyday of bohemian Manhattan.

Posted by × February 8, 2011 ×