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Miguel Syjuco Interview

By Lewis Frumkes / April 18, 2010

It begins with a body. On a clear day in winter, the battered corpse of Crispin Salvador is pulled from the Hudson River. . . taken from the world is the controversial lion of Philipine literature. Gone, too, is the only manuscript of his final book. . . So begins […]

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Adam Thirlwell Interview

By Lewis Frumkes / March 14, 2010

Adam Thirlwell is a literary wunderkind according to British buzz. Politics, his first novel, which was published in 2003, has been translated into thirty languages. In the same year, Granta listed him among its best young British novelists, and the New York Times has referred to him as a “prodigy,” […]

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Sam Lipsyte Interview

By Lewis Frumkes / February 28, 2010

Sam Lipsyte is a funny man who has written a funny book. The author of the story collection Venus Drive and the novels The Subject Steve, and Homeland, and winner of the Believer Book Award, Sam Lipsyte is taking the literary world by storm with his new novel The Ask. […]

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Interview with Wells Tower

By Lewis Frumkes / April 26, 2009

Wells Tower is one of those young, much heralded writers who lives up to his promise.  His stories in “Everything Ravaged, Everything Burned,” many of which first appeared in “The New Yorker,” McSweeneys,” and the “Paris Review” are just a little off beat, just a little bit funny, just beautifully […]

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Roxana Robinson Interview

By Lewis Frumkes / February 1, 2009

A recipient of fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation; the National Endowment For the Arts; and the MacDowell Colony, Roxanna has written fiction for the New Yorker, Harpers, Daedalus, and Vogue. She also has two novels to her credit. . . Sweetwater, and This is My Daughter, a biography of Georgia O’Keefe. Several […]

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Colin Harrison Interview

By Lewis Frumkes / June 1, 2008

Colin who is married to Katherine Harrison (The Kiss), and is an editor at Scribner, is a dazzlingly good novelist. One of his recent novels was serialized in the New York Times Sunday Magazine Section.

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