Books

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Watch an animated adaptation of Jonathan Safran Foer’s short story “Love Is Blind and Deaf.”

Books

Reflections on thirty years of copy editing for The New Yorker, and breaking through as a writer with blogs (and now a book) on commas, semicolons, and all things grammar.

Books

Richard Flanagan, the winner of the 2014 Man Booker Prize for fiction, welcomes us to his “writing shack” on Bruny Island, just off the southeastern coast of Tasmania.

Books

In 2006 Nicholas Thompson began writing letters to Svetlana Alliluyeva and continued until she died in 2011.

Books

George Saunders, the author of "Tenth of December," on reading, and writing, and teaching at Syracuse University.

Culture

Adam Gopnik, staff writer for The New Yorker, talks with the children's-book author Norton Juster and illustrator Jules Feiffer.

Culture

Adam Gopnik, staff writer for The New Yorker, talks with the children's-book author Norton Juster and the illustrator Jules Feiffer.

Culture

Tall Tales: George Saunders discusses why he began writing and his tactics for ruthless editing.

Culture

George Saunders discusses why he began writing and his tactics for ruthless editing.

Culture

The New Yorker editor Willing Davidson talks to the writers Junot Díaz and Karen Russell about the difficulties of writing short stories.

Culture

Fiction Night: Junot Díaz and Karen Russell discuss the difficulties of writing short stories with Willing Davidson.

Books

At her home in Brooklyn, Jhumpa Lahiri chats about writing, and about working on her book "The Lowland."
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