The Erlking

Sarah Shun-lien Bynum: “The Erlking”

This week’s New Yorker fiction is Sarah Shun-Lien Bynum’s “The Erlking.” Read the full post.

Review copy courtesy of Random House.

David Mitchell: The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet

Trevor reviews David Mitchell’s The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet. Read the full post.

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2010 Mid-Year New Yorker Round-Up

Trevor looks back on favorite New Yorker stories from the first half of 2010. Read the full post.

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Tobias Wolff: Our Story Begins: New and Selected Stories

Trevor reviews Tobias Wolff’s story collection Our Story Begins. Read the full post.

The Young Painters

Nicole Krauss: “The Young Painters”

This week’s New Yorker fiction is Nicole Krauss’s “The Young Painters.” Read the full post.

Outer-Dark

Cormac McCarthy: Outer Dark

Trevor reviews Cormac McCarthy’s Outer Dark. Read the full post.

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2010 IMPAC Winner

The winner of this year’s International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award has been announced. Read the full post.

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John Williams: Augustus

Trevor reviews John Williams’ Augustus. Read the full post.

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Chris Adrian: “Every Night for a Thousand Years”

Trevor visits Chris Adrian’s “Every Night for a Thousand Years,” first published in the October 6, 1997 issue of The New Yorker. Read the full post.

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Orange Prize Winner

The winner of this year’s Orange Prize has been announced. Read the full post.

Review copy courtesy of Knopf.

Edward Hirsch: The Living Fire

Trevor reviews Edward Hirsch’s collection of poetry The Living Fire. Read the full post.

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The New Yorker: 20 Under 40

With this week’s New Yorker, the magazine kicks off it’s special “20 Under 40” series of stories. This issue features stories by Joshua Ferris, Jonathan Safran Foer, Philipp Meyer, Rivka Galchen, Gary Shteyngart, ZZ Packer, Salvatore Scibona, and C.E. Morgan. Read the full post.

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Marilynne Robinson: Home

Trevor reviews Marilynne Robinson’s Home. 1 2