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September, 2021

Ulitskaya Plague

The title of Ludmila Ulitskaya's novelized screenplay, "Just the Plague," about a 1939 outbreak in Moscow, now carries an ironic undertone. I review a translation for the Financial Times.

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August, 2021

Joseph Fox

Or, if you're in Philly, shop local! Joseph Fox is also accepting preorders.

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August, 2021

Preorder 2A.M. in Little America

My new novel, "2 A.M. in Little America," will be published May 10, 2022 by Milkweed Editions. It's available for preordering directly from Milkweed. Use the promo code LITTLEAMERICA for free shipping.

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August, 2021

2 A.M. in Little America

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June, 2021

Dora Maar Reading of Equilateral

A wonderful month at the Dora Maar House in Menerbes, France. We couldn't have our regular monthly salon this time, but here I am in my office, reading from my novel, "Equilateral."

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January, 2021

Leyner Hume Gide reviews

A Times Shortlist review of three "experimental" novels by Mark Leyner, Andrei Gide and Catherine Hume.

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July, 2020

Teddy Wayne Apartment Review

A friendship between two Columbia MFA students founders on questions of talent and privilege. My review of Teddy Wayne's "Apartment" in the Financial Times.

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July, 2020

In Little America

A migrant looks for safe haven "In Little America." An excerpt from my forthcoming novel, at n + 1.

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April, 2020

No Signal Area Perisic

A new Croatian novel, set in the postwar Balkans, draws sly parallels between failed countries and failed loves. Not unresonant reading in our own failing country. My NY Times review of "No-Signal Area"

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February, 2020

Advice to writers

I was asked a few questions about the writing life by Advice To Writers

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