Maine novelist Robert Harnum has found alienation from US publishers,
but the French can't get enough of him
by Lance Tapley
We know that British novelist
MARTIN AMIS is arrogant, acerbic, and annoyingly talented. Now, with the
publication of his new memoir, we can add emotional, vulnerable, and even
fallible. Chris Wright asks: is it time to give literature's luckiest bastard a
The growing grassroots movement against corporate globalization is
targeting this summer's major party conventions for Seattle-style protests. But
what does it all mean?
by Ben Geman
by Michelle Chihara
Who says drinking and dialing don't mix?
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