Apparently quite a few artificial limbs have been left behind at Travelodge and Swallow Hotels over the years.
Aravind Adiga, author of the Man Booker Prize-winning The White Tiger and the new story collection Between the Assassinations, gets the full literary Monty from the Daily Beast, with articles, reviews and essays.
The Don DeLillo novel that Don DeLillo won’t allow to be republished.
What you have to give up to be a writer.
Obey the fungus.
Editing, unediting and dis-editing the stories of Raymond Carver.
“While Apollo was on its way to the moon, I was on a Russian ocean liner with my husband and three kids on our way home to America. The Captain came on the ship’s sound system one morning and told us (in Russian and English) that Americans had walked on the moon, and ruefully but politely congratulated us. The kids, not really knowing what a blow it was to the Russians, put up a little cheer — and the Russian passengers on deck were kind or unprejudiced enough to cheer with them.”
SF writers and their work spaces.
Getting a look at Thomas Pynchon.