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April 2013 - The Playlist

<i>Listen here or on 8tracks.</i><p>AskMen x Eddy Chai From Odin New York: April 2013 from AskMen on 8tracks Radio.<p><i>In September 2012, we couldn't shut up about a series of music collaborations we did with some of our favorite brands at New York Fashion Week. If you listened to any of them, you'd understand</i> …

Fashion Week

Life After Life

In Kate Atkinson’s new novel, Life After Life, she imagines many possible lives for the same character. Malcolm Jones salutes a gripping and …

Colordot - A color picker for humans

The day Pereira came to call

Dr Pereira visited me for the first time one September evening in 1992. In those days his name wasn't yet Pereira. He still didn't have distinct …

How to Get Filthy Rich in Rising Asia by Mohsin Hamid – review

A few years ago, Rana Dasgupta wrote an eye-opening article in Granta about India's new rich, in which he explained that the country's economic …

How to get an A from Nabokov

Wonderful little memoir by Edward Jay Epstein in the New York Review of Books about his first paid employment — working for Vladimir Nabokov, who …

Pnin

"She loved that I had to kiss her goodbye 16 times or 24 times if it was Wednesday." In poet <b>Neil Hilborn's</b> slam poem "OCD," he discusses what it's …

Vladimir Nabokov's Literary Hit List

Vladimir Nabokov’s Literary Hit List<p>He had a lifetime habit of mocking other authors, calling T.S. Eliot “a fraud and a fake” and despising the moral …

Pale Fire (Penguin Modern Classics) Kindle Edition

A novel constructed around the last great poem of a fictional American poet, John Shade, and an account of his death. The poem appears in full and …

James Wood Gets Personal

Is the best literary critic of our time moving away from criticism, and does his new collection The Fun Stuff hint at a different direction? Jimmy So …