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The acclaimed novelist and short story writer talks about sensual sentences, the controversy surrounding his first novel, and why his “enemy is blasé, detached, ironic art of any kind.”
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January 20, 2015
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The [Practical] Magic of Guernica
December 11, 2014
For a decade now, Guernica has been the labor of love of a small army willing to break its back for the singular work of our authors and artists.
Liesl Schillinger: Darkness at Midnight
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Boris Nemtsov had the courage to demand justice in Russia and to challenge Putin's regime; it cost him his life.
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Readpolitik: When whimsy becomes a weapon.
Roslyn Bernstein: The Left Front
February 25, 2015
Re-examining the radical art of the “Red Decade.”