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  • print • Dec/Jan 2020

    Very Fine House

    How Robert Duncan and Jess built an artistic life together • Kate Sutton

    ... preferred to term them) suggested amalgams of almanacs, the backs of cereal boxes, and pages from Life magazine, by way of Walter Benjamin’s Arcades Project, James Joyce, the chronicles of Oz, and the...

  • papertrail • November 04, 2019

    Dorothea Lasky reads new work; Edwin Frank reflects on the NYRB Classics series

    ... respect the heck out of my dad, and when he gives me advice I take it ninety-nine point nine percent of the time. This, however, was probably the one time I decided not to listen!” James Joyce fans...

  • print • Summer 2019

    Moral High

    Maria Dimitrova

    ... architecture firms, digital media companies and brand consultancies that have assumed the mantle of the cultural avant garde.” “If there is an individual alive in 2015 with the genius and vision of James...

  • papertrail • April 25, 2019

    Kate Zambreno on writing and motherhood; Why presidential candidates love quoting James Joyce

    ... meant to appeal to refined impulses, to élite rather than populist sympathies. How shall we put it? Joyce is a snob whistle.”...

  • print • Apr/May 2019

    You Better Work

    The daily routines of women writers and artists. • Rachel Syme

    ... Tesla’s Waldorf Astoria dinners, James Joyce’s tendency to sleep in). Each entry is a portrait in miniature-a person’s work process as synecdoche for the work itself. The book became a cult hit...

  • culture • February 12, 2019

    Mothers by Chris Power

    Tausif Noor

    ... such as Edmund White, Lionel Trilling, Iris Murdoch, A. S. Byatt, and, more recently, James Wood have also been the subject of this particular jibe. How then, to court success when the stakes of one...

  • print • Sept/Oct/Nov 2018

    Can I Get a Witness?

    Revisiting Whittaker Chambers’s controversial 1952 memoir of Communism and espionage • Gerald Howard

    ... fame would have reignited interest and sales. I worked at Viking for eight years as an editor, and Huebsch, the American publisher of James Joyce and D. H. Lawrence among many others, was a holy...

  • print • Sept/Oct/Nov 2017

    POTUS Position

    Obama speechwriter’s comic memoir • Tom Carson

    ... Aaron Sorkin’s dialogue.) He even lovingly describes his favorite and least favorite men’s rooms in the White House-the sort of Homeric catalogue you can imagine winning James Joyce’s (and Beavis and...

  • culture • June 15, 2017

    Typewriters, Bombs, Jellyfish by Tom McCarthy

    Mark Sussman

    ... like Maurice Blanchot, Jacques Derrida, Jacques Lacan, and Roland Barthes as he is to Laurence Sterne and James Joyce. Sterne and Joyce each get their own essay here, but the theorists serve as an...

  • print • Dec/Jan 2017

    The Acid Test

    Ayelet Waldman’s adventures in LSD microdosing • Kaitlin Phillips

    ...: The Psychedelic Explorer's Guide: Safe, Therapeutic, and Sacred Journeys (2011), by psychologist James Fadiman, a "former psychedelic researcher." I'm equally resistant to reading a drug memoir...

  • print • Dec/Jan 2017

    Visible Republic

    Does pop music need a Nobel? • Michael Robbins

    ... Proust, Joyce, Gertrude Stein, Wallace Stevens, Virginia Woolf, Langston Hughes, Borges, Nabokov, James Baldwin, and Chinua Achebe. The single best response to the zomg dylan won the nobel hullabaloo...

  • culture • November 16, 2016

    Counternarratives by John Keene

    Max Nelson

    ... space to erupt or overflow. Writers like James Joyce, Virginia Woolf, Samuel Beckett, or Bohumil Hrabal, who let their characters indulge in lengthy mental exercises and anguished self-assessments...