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Now Reading: Junod on George Clooney, women in sports, Lee Harvey Oswald

‘Now Reading’ is a collection and sharing of online stories and is meant for minimal consumption by the few readers of this blog. Topics include books, food, culture, photography, media and technology … there are no rules. Have a story … Continue reading

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Now Reading: The source of success, Brainpickings, Miley Cyrus, writer’s block

‘Now Reading’ is a collection and sharing of online stories and is meant for minimal consumption by the few readers of this blog. Topics include books, food, culture, photography, media and technology … there are no rules. Have a story … Continue reading

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Now Reading: YouTube, Nautilus science mag, Bill Cheng

‘Now Reading’ is a collection and sharing of online stories and is meant for minimal consumption by the few readers of this blog. Topics include books, food, matters of culture, photography, media and technology … there are no rules. Have … Continue reading

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“New York Days,” by Willie Morris

In the preface of Willie Morris’ “New York Days,” he asks us to consider this text as the sequel to his critically acclaimed “North Toward Home,” as the narrative picks up from where he left off in NTH – moving … Continue reading

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New Yorker Fiction Review: Experience

Innocence, specifically the departure from it, is the yarn that holds Tessa Hadley’s ‘Experience’ together, but I found myself more intrigued by the idea of self-renewal. Laura, a 28-year-old British woman, has been married for a half-dozen years but finds … Continue reading

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New Yorker Fiction Review: The Women

Cecilia Normanton, the 14-year-old protagonist in William Trevor’s “The Women,” can’t outrun the hollowness that isn’t hers. It’s her father’s, a deep cavity left in him by a failed marriage and the subsequent regret and disdain that accompanied his wife … Continue reading

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New Yorker Fiction Review: The Lost Order

By the time the mysterious man was done berating the narrator over the phone about his garlic chicken and side salad that would never be delivered, I felt like I had already missed the onramp to Rivka Galchen’s “The Lost … Continue reading

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