When A Writer Says She Wants To Be Famous, The Lit World Has Questions
Ottessa Moshfegh: “I think that’s what I’m interested in, this question of whether or not we are allowed to be other people. Are we allowed to change? Do we give ourselves permission to grow? Are we even capable of making those kinds of decisions? Is there a will, or are we just being pushed around by our own personalities, just fucked to be who we are?”
Barack Obama’s Literary Legacy (So Far)
The 44th president cared – a lot – about books. What does that mean now?
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