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Cook Fiction Brings the World Meals from Literature
Real recipes for imaginary foods.
Anthony Bourdain: Is He A Better Chef, Writer, or TV Personality?
June 28, 2013
He cooks, he writes, and he travels; but Anthony Bourdain is really only great at one of these things.
Five of the Best Books I Ever Reread
September 7, 2012
Tired of the attacks, the sniping, the bitter accusations? There's more to Ed Sikov than you've been led to think. Here he talks about books he loves so much he can't get enough of them.
A Series of Small Circles: How "Endgame" Engineered an Effective Ending
Interview: Jared Yates Sexton on "The Man They Wanted Me to Be"
What Joy Williams and Denis Johnson Can Teach Us About the Art of First Sentences
How to Write Edgy Fiction Without Being Obnoxious
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