Daniel Asa Rose

  1. Legendary Writer Retires: Dillard’s DoneUnused metaphors for sale?
  2. Advertisements for a Gay SelfMailer thinks pink.
  3. One Hell of a DivorceIn Ken Kalfus’s 9/11 satire, the war at home has never been nastier.
  4. ’Tis a SequelFrank McCourt talks about his years as a city public-school teacher—and crafting the perfect pickup line.
  5. Falling ManIn his new novel, Hugh Nissenson confronts the spiritual devastation of 9/11.
  6. Traveler: Paul Theroux“I once spent an hour in an airport watching someone read a book of mine—watching him turn the pages and chew his lips.”
  7. The Coast of AkronBeneath the bright cocktail patter of ‘Akron,’ there is not only the whiff of smugness that often accompanies the irreproachably hip, but also a […]
  8. Debut Novelist: Elizabeth Gaffney“The thing that really focused me was the sewers, which hadn’t been well documented fictionally. I guess you could say my mind was in the gutter.”
  9. Indolence Is BlissSam Lipsyte’s bravura new novel manages to lift slacker fiction out of its terminal adolescence.