Mar 20, 2012 @ 4:00:00 am
Reading the debates over Mike Daisey’s deviations from the facts onThis American Life, do you ever get the sense that we’ve been here before?
Harper’s has hired Deirdre Foley-Mendelssohn as their new senior reviews editor. Foley-Mendelssohn, who currently works at the Paris Review, comes to Harper’s via The New Yorker and The New York Review of Books.
Have you ever wondered how top-shelf chefs manage to run their restaurants and find time to publish cookbooks and memoirs? Simple: They use “food ghosts” and “writer-cooks.”
At the NYRB, Bookforum contributor Eric Banks weighs in on the New Museum triennial: “From a title like ‘The Ungovernables,’ one might further expect a willfully chaotic installation. In fact, the work on view finds an admirable coherence as an exhibition, with various other threads
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