Mar 15, 2010 @ 6:00:00 am
New York Times columnist David Carr
A video interview with New York Times columnist David Carr after Saturday's SXSW panel "Media Armageddon: What Happens When the New York Times Dies." Speaking of media Armageddon, Gawker quotes Carr saying they scoop him “all the time.”
Will Walter Kirn be at the 92nd Street Y next Monday, when critic James Wood will discuss Brief Interviews with Hideous Men by David Foster Wallace? When Wallace died in 2008, Wood wrote a finely parsed remembrance of Wallace's work on Edward Champion's blog tribute page, and tried to refute Kirn's assertion that Wallace was one of the few "aesthetic villains" of Wood's How Fiction Works.
In this puff piece from the Wall Street Journal, Joseph Epstein revisits Italo Svevo's novel Zeno's Conscience, which he calls the "best book about quitting smoking." In our
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