“If I’d stayed, I could have protected him. That’s what I believed. Maybe he believed that, too.” Over at Catapult, Chris J. Ricewrites beautifully and harrowingly about finding her long-lost brother after decades.
Vanity Fair explores the change in attitude among the literati about writing for TV and notes that “[I]ncreasingly, the industry is ransacking bookshelves for adaptable novels and short stories. And fiction writers are becoming show-runners themselves.”
We highlighted the first installment of President Obama’s conversation with Marilynne Robinson, published in TheNew York Review of Books. Part II is now here. We have a fewpieces on Robinson to pair with it.