September 25, 2009

Notes from Around the Web

Jeffrey Goldberg reveals just how far from knowledgeable one new MacArthur "genius" can be.
Alison Buckholtz reminds us, very personally, about Jewish-American service members who spend the Holy Days overseas.
Adam Kirsch reviews Michael Greenberg's new nonfiction book, Beg, Borrow, Steal: A Writer's Life, and sees links between Greenberg and Augie March.
You may recall how much I admire Margot Singer's excellent story collection, The Pale of Settlement, so you'll know how pleased I am to have discovered this new interview with the author online.

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