Some Kind of Deft Acceleration


Over at the New Yorker, Thomas Beller writes about reading Don DeLillo’s White Noise, with its opening move-in day scene on repeat, and the ways stories change when read again and again—even and especially presidential races and speeches, as with Bill Clinton’s speech at this past DNC.

Kyle Williams is a student at Brooklyn College, studying creative writing and literature. You can find more from him on Tumblr at, but don't feel like you have to. More from this author →