October 27, 2013
The Boston Globe examines the city's proposed literary district.
"I see it as a Broadway for writers," said Henriette Lazaridis Power, editor of the Drum. "The way Broadway is a loosely defined geographic area of New York and everyone knows that's where you go to find theater, this is a place where people who want to take in writing in the forms of events will go, and writers will find resources there."
The Asahi Shimbun continues its series on author Haruki Murakami with a profile of Ashiya's monument to the writer, and empty monkey cage.
Longform shares Vladimir Nabokov's 1964 Playboy interview.
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