Scott Pape, on his farm outside Melbourne, Australia, is clear on what his book is not. “It isn’t a wealth creation book,” he says. “It’s about security.”
“If you want to be a creative in any field, at some point you have to stop listening to what everybody else is saying about what you’re doing and just do.”
A protester at an anti-Muslim Brotherhood demonstration in Alexandria, 2012.
A customer at Cafe Zoetrope in San Francisco reading one of the short stories doled out by Short Edition’s story dispenser.
The author Laura Ingalls Wilder, at 17.
Jane Austen, left, loathed the Prince Regent, who later became George IV, but he might have been one of her first readers.
As Madeline Miller made her way through the Greek and Roman galleries at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, she kept “nerding out,” as she sheepishly called it, over the relics.
Martha C. Nussbaum
Tommy Orange is part of a generation of writers who are shattering old tropes and stereotypes about Native American literature, experience and identity.
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