Remembering Tom Wolfe, New Journalism pioneer and champion of literary realism, 1930–2018
ICYMI: The official trailer for Arwen Curry's “Worlds of Ursula K. Le Guin” documentary is now on @Vimeo (follow @WorldsofUKL for updates)
Nick Offerman: Wendell Berry’s works are a multi-plattered feast
The novels and poetry of Albert Murray: “He is beyond category”
Sarah Orne Jewett, “The Town Poor”
Flashback: When Elmore Leonard, a “rising young writer of Western novels,” debuted (sort of) in The New Yorker
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