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Gordon Lish The Art of Editing No. 2 interviewed by Christian Lorentzen published in The Paris Review no. 215 (Winter 2015). Both interviews from our Winter 2015 issue The Art of Editing with Gordon Lish and The Art of Nonfiction with Jane and Michael Stern are now available in full on our website.. From the Paris Review. #reading #bookworm

Gordon Lish The Art of Editing No. 2 interviewed by Christian Lorentzen published in The Paris Review no. 215 (Winter 2015). Both interviews from our Winter 2015 issue The Art of Editing with Gordon Lish and The Art of Nonfiction with Jane and Michael Stern are now available in full on our website.. From the Paris Review. #reading #bookworm

Umberto Eco The Art of Fiction No. 197 interviewed by Lila Azam Zanganeh published in The Paris Review no. 186 (Summer 2008). #parisreview #umbertoeco. From the Paris Review. #reading #bookworm

Umberto Eco The Art of Fiction No. 197 interviewed by Lila Azam Zanganeh published in The Paris Review no. 186 (Summer 2008). #parisreview #umbertoeco. From the Paris Review. #reading #bookworm

Janet Malcolm The Art of Nonfiction No. 4 interviewed by Katie Roiphe published in The Paris Review no. 196 (Spring 2011). #janetmalcolm #writersatwork #artofnonfiction #katieroiphe #parisreview #nonfiction #writing #writingadvice. From the Paris Review. #reading #bookworm

Janet Malcolm The Art of Nonfiction No. 4 interviewed by Katie Roiphe published in The Paris Review no. 196 (Spring 2011). #janetmalcolm #writersatwork #artofnonfiction #katieroiphe #parisreview #nonfiction #writing #writingadvice. From the Paris Review. #reading #bookworm

David Mitchell The Art of Fiction No. 204 interviewed by Adam Begley published in The Paris Review no. 193 (Summer 2010). #davidmitchell #parisreview #writersatwork #interviews #cloudatlas #adambegley #fiction. From the Paris Review. #reading #bookworm

David Mitchell The Art of Fiction No. 204 interviewed by Adam Begley published in The Paris Review no. 193 (Summer 2010). #davidmitchell #parisreview #writersatwork #interviews #cloudatlas #adambegley #fiction. From the Paris Review. #reading #bookworm

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Lydia Davis The Art of Fiction No. 227 published in The Paris Review no. 212 (Spring 2015). Lydia Davis is the winner of our 2016 Hadada Award for lifetime achievement. #writersatwork #lydiadavis #parisreview #hadadaaward. From the Paris Review. #reading #bookworm

Lydia Davis The Art of Fiction No. 227 published in The Paris Review no. 212 (Spring 2015). Lydia Davis is the winner of our 2016 Hadada Award for lifetime achievement. #writersatwork #lydiadavis #parisreview #hadadaaward. From the Paris Review. #reading #bookworm

Elena Ferrante, The Art of Fiction No. 228, interviewed by her publishers, Sandro and Sandra Ferri, and their daughter, Eva, published in The Paris Review no. 212 (Spring 2015). #elenaferrante #writersatwork #parisreview

Elena Ferrante, The Art of Fiction No. 228, interviewed by her publishers, Sandro and Sandra Ferri, and their daughter, Eva, published in The Paris Review no. 212 (Spring 2015). #elenaferrante #writersatwork #parisreview

Love a poem by Radmila Lazic published in The Paris Review no. 213 (Summer 2015). From the Paris Review. #reading #bookworm

Love a poem by Radmila Lazic published in The Paris Review no. 213 (Summer 2015). From the Paris Review. #reading #bookworm

Photo by Spoonbill & Sugartown a bookstore in Williamsburg NYC.

Photo by Spoonbill & Sugartown a bookstore in Williamsburg NYC.

Photo by Spoonbill & Sugartown a bookstore in Williamsburg NYC.

Photo by Spoonbill & Sugartown a bookstore in Williamsburg NYC.

From reviewer bookmateriality on Instagram: 3:16pm 17/01/16 /    #bookmateriality

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From lilitslittlelibrary: {@wmebooks package} Currently reading. This novel has been compared to The Crying of Lot 49 and White Noise. // If you've read this what did you think? #books

From lilitslittlelibrary: { package} Currently reading. This novel has been compared to The Crying of Lot 49 and White Noise.

3:57pm 02/01/16 /  Kiama is a place which evokes heavy waves of nostalgia - intense and vivid memories spending time with my aunt/godmother and uncle - gorging on fish and chips and ginger ale visiting my cousins walking barefoot to the beach collecting shells playing games in the rumpus room... Today I returned to Kiama. The last time I visited was in 2010. Not much has changed. I sat on the cliff face for a solid two hours - reading and writing. The sea is a tonic. I could spend eternity…

3:57pm 02/01/16 / Kiama is a place which evokes heavy waves of nostalgia - intense and vivid memories spending time with my aunt/godmother and uncle - gorging on fish and chips and ginger ale visiting my cousins walking barefoot to the beach collecting shells playing games in the rumpus room... Today I returned to Kiama. The last time I visited was in 2010. Not much has changed. I sat on the cliff face for a solid two hours - reading and writing. The sea is a tonic. I could spend eternity…

Love Post No. 1  Because we're all about love. Tag your boo and send some virtual  Love letters can come in handy  Chelsea: "I've read two other books by Jojo Moyes. All of her books have been two stories in one - for example present day and past. The two stories cross each other and link up in the end. This one tells the 'before and after'. The main character was in a car accident and has lost her memory. She finds a letter from her lover whom she doesn't remember - and she's finds herself…

Love Post No. 1 Because we're all about love. Tag your boo and send some virtual Love letters can come in handy Chelsea: "I've read two other books by Jojo Moyes. All of her books have been two stories in one - for example present day and past. The two stories cross each other and link up in the end. This one tells the 'before and after'. The main character was in a car accident and has lost her memory. She finds a letter from her lover whom she doesn't remember - and she's finds herself…

Samantha Hunt at @JoesPub 2/3/16 #womenoflettersnyc. By Kate Gavino who just came out with her first book of her literary illustrations. #illustration

Samantha Hunt at By Kate Gavino who just came out with her first book of her literary illustrations.

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