First, James Frey wrote memoirs (or, you know, “memoirs”). Then he shifted to fiction. Now, apparently seeking out new genre territory to pillage, he’s writing scripture: Next week (on April 22, which is Good Friday), he’ll release his new book, The Final Testament of the Holy Bible. An excerpt at Vice presents a modern-day gospel set in contemporary New York City.
Mother Teresa, George W. Bush, the Bible, and much more come come under fire in this list of Christopher Hitchens’s “most provocative quotes.” Plus: a preview of a video featuring the brothers Hitchens debating Iraq, Christianity, and more.
A couple of years before Barry Hannah’s death, writer John Oliver Hodges toured Tuscaloosa, Alabama, with Hannah—or as Hannah puts it, they went “just toolin’ around” town, looking at the shack where he wrote Ray
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