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September 1, 2008
The Semi-Gothic Debut Novelist: Hannah Tinti

"One of my first jobs was working at the witch dungeon, basically a basement filled with torture devices used on witches. So my book doesn’t feel that morbid to me."

September 1, 2008
Amitav Ghosh’s Floating Berlitz Tape

More fun than learning a new language: Reading one.

September 1, 2008
Who Conserved Herring? Who Self-Pleasured to Excess?

Match the subject to the biography.

September 1, 2008
Bolaño’s Best for Last?

The posthumous literary superstar has one final novel yet to appear in English. And it could be his greatest.

September 1, 2008
Alcoholic Unanonymous!

This summer, David Carr proved the troubled-times memoir was alive and kicking. Now here come three more books tackling addiction or mental illness.

September 1, 2008
Vulture’s Fall Recommend-o-Matic: Books

Who are your favorite writers?

September 1, 2008
Marilynne Robinson’s Homecoming

Marilynne Robinson returns to the town of Gilead with Home.

September 1, 2008
The Season in Books

New works from Anne Roiphe, Malcolm Gladwell, Julia Glass, and more.

September 1, 2008
The Season at a Glance

The 30 shows, installations, and artworks you really cannot miss this fall.

September 1, 2008
The Anti-Portraitist

Marlene Dumas thinks you can tell only so much from a face.

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