Shawn Sullivan

Producer, Bookworm

Producer, Bookworm

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Life and story go hand in hand in Margot Livesey’s “The Boy in the Field.”

Margot Livesey: “The Boy in the Field”

Life and story go hand in hand in Margot Livesey’s “The Boy in the Field.”

from Bookworm

Daphne Merkin discusses what normative means, the concept of a normal looking life, and her new novel, “22 Minutes of Unconditional Love”.

Daphne Merkin: “22 Minutes of Unconditional Love”

Daphne Merkin discusses what normative means, the concept of a normal looking life, and her new novel, “22 Minutes of Unconditional Love”.

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From the archives: obliquely about Zadie Smith's "On Beauty", this intense, abstract conversation is about what a novel is.

Zadie Smith: “On Beauty”

From the archives: obliquely about Zadie Smith's "On Beauty", this intense, abstract conversation is about what a novel is.

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