Meet Rusty from Commonwealth Books in Boston. He’s a magic creature who helped lead me to a really pretty collection of essays on Edith Wharton (edited by Irving Howe), that was right next to the leather chair which obviously belongs to him.
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- “Whatever You Do, Don’t Figure ‘It’ Out”: An Interview with Catherine Lacey
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- History, Revision, and Rebellion: An Interview With Molly Patterson