You will not want to miss these fragments on writing, publishing, and remaining anonymous by the enigmatic Italian writer Elena Ferrante. This Millions essay by Cora Currier on reading Italy through Ferrante’s work pairs quite nicely.
Diane Keaton writes in her upcoming memoir, Then Again, that "Going out with Woody Allen was like being in a Woody Allen movie."
"Since his release, in 2005, he has graduated from the University of Maryland and Warren Wilson College’s low-residency M.F.A. program, been a Radcliffe Fellow at Harvard, received an N.A.A.C.P. Image Award, got married, and had two sons. 'I’ve added some fancy stars ... so now I’m like Felon Plus.'” Take a look at this fascinating New Yorker profile of Reginald Dwayne Betts: poet, memoirist, ex-convict-cum-lawyer, and family man.
George Washington as you've never seen him before: First, a cartoon entitled "Cox and Combs" and second, a live action avant garde take on the founding father.