New Directions, the press that began by publishing Ezra Pound, William Carlos Williams and Tennessee Williams and which today gives us Roberto Bolaño, W. G. Sebald and Anne Carson, deserves celebration. Barbara Epler, the editor in chief, takes us on an oral guided tour of American’s pre-eminent literary publisher.
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