A collection of news and information related to Paul Auster published by this site and its partners.
Displaying items 1-12 of 39 » View wsbtradio.com items only1 2 3 4 Next >
At least since whoever wrote "The Arabian Nights" invented postmodernism, we have been visited by metafiction — literature folding in on itself to address its own fictionality. At its best we get "Don Quixote," "Tristram Shandy," Jorge Luis Borges'...
Tags: Chuck Jones, Poetry, Literature, JG Ballard, Jorge Luis Borges
There's a certain type of reader — often also a writer, with a leaf-fring'd MFA — who has it all figured out. The realist novel is a scam, a factory producing cardboard imitations of bourgeois life. This is the person at the party who mentions...
Things to know about our book club The Inquiring Minds Book Group was started 16 years ago by a teacher going on maternity leave who wanted to keep connected to friends and create opportunities for intellectual stimulation. We pride ourselves on in-depth...
Tags: Michael Chabon, Bram Stoker, Jhumpa Lahiri
Los Angeles Times Book Critic-------------------- Winter Journal Paul Auster Henry Holt: 230 pp., $26 -------------------- The most evocative passage in Paul Auster's "Winter Journal" comes early in the book. "Yes, you drink too much and you smoke too much, you have lost teeth...
Jacket CopyL.A. book events coming up this week....
Our club is made up of all men ranging in age from 27 to 43. Most of us are business professionals, although we do have a couple of starving artists in the group. We have been meeting monthly in coffee shops on the city's North and South Sides for...
Tags: Mark Twain, Cormac McCarthy, Richard Price
The French novelist Michel Houellebecq is possibly best known for pissing off Muslims and for endorsing sex tourism. Add to that a reputation for crazy boozing, and the guy doesn’t win loads of sympathy. (A mini flap over the author’s...
The golden age of the documentary is upon us, and to recognize this, the Avon Theatre hosts a monthly Documentary Night. This Wednesday, the film in question will be Charlotte Rampling: The Look, in which the famous actress reminices about her career...
24 FramesOscar-nominated animated short film "A Morning Stroll" follows a chicken in New York City through 100 years, rendered progressively in 2-D black and white to 3-D color....
Show TrackerJonathan Ames, creator of HBO's "Bored to Death," sits down with Los Angeles Times' Television Critic Robert Lloyd for a Q&A....
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelTerry Gilliam has sort-of announced that he's working on a script based on Paul Auster's novel “Mr. Vertigo.” Auster (“The Music of Chance,” “Smoke,” “Blue in the Face”) is a niche novelist of great repute...
Jan 18, 2013 |Story| Chicago Tribune
Nov 24, 2012 |Story| Chicago Tribune
Aug 24, 2012 |Story| Chicago Tribune
Aug 26, 2012 |Story| Los Angeles Times
May 7, 2012 | Los Angeles Times
Feb 20, 2012 |Story| Chicago Tribune
Jan 18, 2012 |Story| WTXX-LTV
Dec 28, 2011 |Story| WTXX-LTV
Feb 23, 2012 | Los Angeles Times
Jul 28, 2011 |Resource Link| Los Angeles Times
Nov 14, 2011 | Los Angeles Times
Jul 31, 2011 | Orlando Sentinel
Original site for Paul Auster topic gallery.