Browsing All posts tagged under »n+1«

August 15, 2008


I discovered thanks to Ben Chambers of The King’s English. He commented with a link to titlepage’s second episode, which contains an interview with Sloane Crosley (among three other new writers). I felt compelled to go back today and watch not just Crosley’s section, but the entire hour-long episode. I had never heard of […]

Then We Came to the End vs. Personal Days

August 10, 2008


When I was in Dublin, I discovered (on the bestseller shelf at Hodges Figgis) the debut novel by Joshua Ferris, an office drone who apparently decided to write a book about his hilarious (but often distressing) workplace experiences. I went home and read the Times review, which was extremely positive. Then I went back and […]