Articles by Nick Moran

September 12, 2011

Otherwise Known as a Library 0

Amazon is supposedly setting up a “Netflix for e-books” program for Amazon Prime subscribers.

September 12, 2011

Entourage v. Mad Men 3

Is “Entourage” just “Mad Men” set in modern times? This article, of course, must be paired with Carles‘ Grantland piece, “I Don’t Want to Bro Up, I’m an ‘Entourage’ Kid.”

September 11, 2011

“Who Are You and What Are You Doing Here?” 0

In a piece for Oxford American, Mark Edmundson has an important message for incoming college freshpersons.

September 11, 2011

Poets & Writers’ MFA Rankings 10

This week I linked to one poet’s concerns about the top MFA programs ranked in Poets & Writers. Now, a pretty impressive list of creative writing instructors have some questions for Poets & Writers itself.

September 10, 2011

Even More DFW 0

In honor of this weekend’s U.S. Open, Grantland‘s Michael MacCambridge is revisiting David Foster Wallace‘s epic essay on Roger Federer.

September 10, 2011

Infinite Jest Inspires Infinite Tributes 0

First Poor Yorick Entertainment emerged as a “visual exploration of the filmography of James O. Incandenza and the world of David Foster Wallace‘s Infinite Jest.” Then, as The New York Times reports, “Parks and Recreation” co-creator Michael Schur paired up with The Decembrists to direct a music video inspired by the book. (You can watch the […]

September 9, 2011

Texas Book Festival 0

The Texas Book Festival lineup has been announced. If you’re in Austin this October, stop by the check out Chad Harbach, Erin Morgenstern, Lev Grossman, and Amy Waldman among others.

September 9, 2011

Coming Soon: The Future 0

Lapham’s Quarterly‘s Food issue was a big hit, but their upcoming Future issue looks promising as well.

September 9, 2011

Free JSTOR Articles 5

JSTOR will be making 500,000 articles from over 200 journals freely available to the public. These will include items published before 1923 in the US, and published before 1870 abroad. Earlier this month, I rounded up a few pieces by people who think the entire database should be free.

September 8, 2011

John Jeremiah Sullivan Reads 0

John Jeremiah Sullivan‘s NY Times essay “You Blow My Mind. Hey, Mickey!” was a big hit last June. Next October, FSG will publish Pulphead, his second collection of essays. To tide you over until then, you can listen to The Paris Review‘s Southern Editor read an excerpt from his Disney piece.