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"Outside In: Nell Zink turned her back on the publishing world. It found her anyway" by Kathryn Schultz, New Yorker, May 18, 2015

"Outside In: Nell Zink turned her back on the publishing world. It found her anyway" by Kathryn Schultz, New Yorker, May 18, 2015

"Tilda Moments," by Hilton Als, "New Yorker," March 18, 2002, This is what happens. A young woman wearing a white lab coat is sitting in a cafeteria, keeping her thoughts to herself, when a man carrying a tray sits down across from her.

"Tilda Moments," by Hilton Als, "New Yorker," March 18, 2002, This is what happens. A young woman wearing a white lab coat is sitting in a cafeteria, keeping her thoughts to herself, when a man carrying a tray sits down across from her.

"Blood and Soil: Why We Keep Studying the Holocaust," by Adam Gopnik, New Yorker, Sept. 21, 2015

"Blood and Soil: Why We Keep Studying the Holocaust," by Adam Gopnik, New Yorker, Sept. 21, 2015

"Covering the Cops," by Calvin Trillin, "New Yorker," Feb. 17, 1986 In the newsroom of the Miami Herald, there is some disagreement about which of Edna Buchanan’s first paragraphs stands as the classic Edna lead.

"Covering the Cops," by Calvin Trillin, "New Yorker," Feb. 17, 1986 In the newsroom of the Miami Herald, there is some disagreement about which of Edna Buchanan’s first paragraphs stands as the classic Edna lead.

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