Thursday, June 02, 2016

The Roundup with PW

 A Newly-Discovered Langston Hughes Story: 'The New Yorker' has published the Harlem Renaissance poet's previously unreleased story, "Seven People Dancing."

Making The Bay Area Book Festival: When Cherilyn Parsons quit her job to start the Bay Area Book Festival, she had no funding and no experience producing large-scale events.

Don't Demand a Novel from Story Writers: On the endangered short story, and why short fiction should be seen as its own end, not the means to a novel.

The Real Housewives of Jane Austen: Perhaps the Bennets and the Kardashians have more in common than we care to think about.

A Phone Call with Alain de Botton: Paul Holdengraber calls Alain de Botton to discuss everything from David Hume to the false promises of Romantic love.

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