novelist and nonfiction writer "The Idiot;" The New Yorker
Elif Batuman is a novelist and a regular contributor to the New Yorker.
In 1995, email was a relatively new and exciting way to communicate.
Apr. 24, 2017
from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Selin, the heroine of Batuman’s autobiographical first novel, The Idiot, is an 18-year-old Harvard freshman of Turkish-American descent.
Apr. 13, 2017
Jul. 8, 2010
Producer Jaime Roque takes a ride with Ernie Moran in his 1965 Chevy Impala to explore the history and culture of the lowrider community of East Los Angeles.
Photographer Emanuel Hahn’s new book, “ Koreatown Dreaming ,” includes interviews and images of 40 Koreatown business owners who’ve been trying to stay afloat amid COVID and…
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Before he co-created the FX comedy series “Reservation Dogs,” Sterlin Harjo directed three micro-budget films in his home state of Oklahoma.
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Gillian Chamberlin’s haunting and beautiful poems will make readers long and ache. She says that writing poetry allows her to make her thoughts more digestible.
from Poetry Submissions
Austin's finest purveyors of rock n' roll Spoon join us for a release day celebration of “Lucifer on the Sofa” with a wild set and freewheeling conversation with DJ Raul Campos.
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A new Netflix documentary, "Return To Space," may come on like a promotional piece for SpaceX, and why not?
from Film Reviews
Editor/poet Emily Skillings and poet/critic John Yau speak about an iconic poet of the 21st century, John Ashbery, and his posthumous book, “Parallel Movement of the Hands: Five…
Rita Dove’s new book of poetry, “Playlist for the Apocalypse,” goes in many different historical and personal directions.
“CODA” won three Oscars this year: Best Picture, Best Actor in a Supporting Role, and Writing (Adapted Screenplay).
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