Jun 8, 2012 @ 12:31:00 am
Chuck Klosterman has been named the new Ethicist at the New York Times Magazine. Here is his first column.
Condemning books has always been a good way to launch them to bestsellerdom, but the Catholic Church seems to have missed that memo. This week, Sister Margaret Farley’s Just Love jumped from 142,982 to 16 on Amazon’s sales list after the Church denounced the book, a treatise on Christian sexual ethics.
Philip Roth paid homage to the recently deceased Carlos Fuentes on Wednesday when he accepted Spain’s Asturias Award for Literature.
In honor of this week’s reopening of the Algonquin Hotel, the Observer names a number of social luminaries who deserve seats at the literary hangout.
The Atlantic Wire's Jen Doll surveys the state of publishing through this year's Book Expo America. She talks with New York City
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