Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. February 18, 1971, Vol. XVI, No. 7 Films in Focus By Andrew Sarris The Village Voice has distinguished itself over the years by the casualness, some would say eagerness, with which it allows its contributors and even its mainstays to b ... More >>
The Museum's Gotham artist round-up becomes a talent-sucking bog
Proving that plagiarism doesn't ruin your career (at all) we have the case of Kaavya Viswanathan, the lit wunderkind who scored a reported $500,000 two-book deal while still in high school, had the first of her chick-lit novels published her sophomore year at Harvard, and then got busted for ... More >>
All dogs go to heaven. Yours will probably get there in an urn.
Prolific, though. FSG puts out a big, fat book of the noted writer's stories.
What readers need from reviewers—if there are any readers left
In Foreigners, Caryl Phillips offers a trilogy of novellas about the struggle of being black in Britain
In which we summarize Proust competition
After writing the rulebook, Stephen King throws it away
The adventures of Ilan Stavans, radical lexicographer and Spanglish champion
A master sums up 50 years of choreographic marvels; a young Israeli talent falls into bed
And a thank-you to my wife, my daughter, and my mom
Jenny Uglow Shines a Light on the Lunar Men
The Lit Parade
On the Street With a 12-Step Santa