Boris Kachka

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Oscar Bloggers Get Biblical Treatment from New York Magazine - Posted February 25, 2014
The marquee sit-down took place at Musso and Frank, one of the very few remaining vestiges on Hollywood Blvd. of Tinseltown's Golden Age. However, despite writer Boris Kachka's description of Gold Derby's ... [GalleyCat]

Oscar Bloggers Get Biblical Treatment from New York Magazine - Posted February 25, 2014
The marquee sit-down took place at Musso and Frank, one of the very few remaining vestiges on Hollywood Blvd. of Tinseltown's Golden Age. However, despite writer Boris Kachka's description of Gold Derby's ... [Fishbowl NY]

Oscar Bloggers Get Biblical Treatment from New York Magazine - Posted February 25, 2014
The marquee sit-down took place at Musso and Frank, one of the very few remaining vestiges on Hollywood Blvd. of Tinseltown's Golden Age. However, despite writer Boris Kachka's description of Gold Derby's ... [FishbowlNY]

Boris Kachka on His Book's Perilous Publishing Path - Posted August 16, 2013
Few writers ever speak frankly about their book deals for nonfiction books. In a candid interview at The Awl, New York magazine journalist and au... [GalleyCat]

Jon Stewart Exposes the Problem with Literary Readings - Posted May 28, 2010
At a BookExpo America speech yesterday, author and television host Jon Stewart exposed a common problem that plagues literary readings: long-winded questions from the audience. ... [GalleyCat]

Remembering Howard Zinn, Louis Auchincloss, and J.D. Salinger - Posted January 29, 2010
It was a sad week for the literary world as we lost scholar Howard Zinn, author Louis Auchincloss, and the great ... [GalleyCat]

The Book Review is Debut-Happy - Posted April 2, 2007
Boris Kachka's piece in this week's New York Magazine has some fun with the New York Times Book Review's recent mini-trend of putting debut novels on the cover of its publication (most recently, Joshua Ferris's THEN WE CAME TO THE END.) Going back deep into the Chip McGrath... [GalleyCat]

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