Kristen Roupenian, the author of “Cat Person,” a fiction piece in The New Yorker that became a viral phenomenon, has agreed to a two-book deal.
For the writer Ian McEwan, left, having a theater director like Dominic Cooke, right, direct the film made the project much more collaborative.
Edward Gorey on the promenade at the New York State Theater, 1973.
From “Inside North Korea.”
A customer at Cafe Zoetrope in San Francisco reading one of the short stories doled out by Short Edition’s story dispenser.
The Fab Four’s yellow submarine has engine problems in this page from the “Yellow Submarine” adaptation by Bill Morrison, due in August.
David Sedaris signed books after his Kennedy Center reading until nearly 1 a.m.
A protester at an anti-Muslim Brotherhood demonstration in Alexandria, 2012.
The portrait of Louisa Adams that hangs in the White House.
Gray’s home, now painted Sherwin Williams’s ”Spalding Gray.” His widow, Kathleen Russo (with her partner David Olson) on the cottage’s porch.
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