Lev Grossman

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“For better or worse, shaping some sort of authorial persona has become an important part of the writer’s job in the present era.”

Over at Jewcy Nick Curley talks with Lev Grossman about writing habits, Franzen, public personae, and more.


Isaac Fitzgerald has been a firefighter, worked on a boat, and been given a sword by a king, thereby accomplishing three out of five of his childhood goals. He has also written for The Bold Italic, McSweeney's, Mother Jones, and The San Francisco Chronicle. He is a co-owner of The Rumpus. Follow him on Twitter. More from this author →