Judith Krummeck shares a reading list to celebrate her new book, OLD NEW WORLDS.
Tags: A.S. Byatt, Alibis: Essays on Elsewhere, Americanah, Andre Aciman, Angle of Repose, Barbara Kingsolver, Between the World and Me, Born a Crime, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Edmund de Waal, Every Day Is for the Thief, Everything Is Illuminated, Exit West, H is for Hawk, helen macdonald, Homegoing, Jonathan Safran Foer, Judith Krummeck, Michael Chabon, Mohsin Hamid, Moonglow, Ordinary Light, possession, Ta-Nehisi Coates, Teju Cole, The Hare with Amber Eyes, Tracy K Smith, Trevor Noah, Unsheltered, Wallace Stegner, What to Read When, Yaa Gyasi
Fatimah Asghar discusses the new anthology she co-edited, HALAL IF YOU HEAR ME.
Tags: anthology, Arundhati Roy, Black Girl Magic, BreakBeat Poets, Brown Girls, Dark Noise Collective, Everything Is Illuminated, Fatimah Asghar, Halal If You Hear Me, Harry Potter, Haymarket Books, If They Come for Us, Islam, Islamophobia, Jonathan Safran Foer, jordan, LatiNext, LGBTQ, Mahin Ibrahim, muslim, poems, poetry, queer, Randa Jarrar, Safia Elhillo, sexuality
It’s not easy being a literary star. From the existential crises that comes from fame to the struggle to follow up a critically acclaimed first novel, becoming “a writer” for life involves a lot more than publishing a bestseller. Read Lev Grossman’s fascinating bio for TIME Magazine on what Jonathan Safran Foer (author of Everything Is Illuminated and […]