Sam Lipsyte

Jewcy Top 10 Fiction Books Of 2010

Jewcy Top 10 Fiction Books Of 2010
By December 21, 2010

We admit that 2010 was Jonathan Franzen’s year, but there were a bunch of books we liked a whole lot more. Read More

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Weekly Yiderati: Jews Dominate “Best Of” Lists, David Grossman Videos, Fran Lebowitz Lists Avi Steinberg Blogs And More

Weekly Yiderati: Jews Dominate “Best Of” Lists, David Grossman Videos, Fran Lebowitz Lists Avi Steinberg Blogs And More
By December 9, 2010

Our weekly lit roundup includes best of lists for 2010, David Grossman video interviews, Avi Steinberg blogging about being embarrassed, books Sam Lipsyte read, and more. Read More

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Howard Jacobson and Literary Jews that Win and don’t win Awards

Howard Jacobson and Literary Jews that Win and don’t win Awards
By October 13, 2010

Over the last few years, I’ve heard the following ideas thrown around recklessly: The publishing industry is dying. People don’t care about good books anymore. Jews never win book awards/the always hilarious “the people who vote on most literary awards … Read More

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Sam Lipsyte Inspires a Chosen Few

Sam Lipsyte Inspires a Chosen Few
By April 15, 2010

We haven’t talked about Sam Lipsyte in a few weeks, so we were as pleased as lightning bugs when The Rumpus gave us some ammo by getting four writers to create stories based off sentences off hislatest novel, The Ask. … Read More

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Sam Lipsyte: The Jewcy Interview

Sam Lipsyte: The Jewcy Interview
By March 15, 2010

For Sam Lipsyte, it is time. He is now a Guggenhiem fellow, a writing professor at Columbia University and he is about to publish what people are calling his masterwork with Farrar, Strauss and Giroux. In reality, Homeland, Lipsyte’s second … Read More

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A Sam Lipsyte Primer

A Sam Lipsyte Primer
By February 11, 2010

As Lincoln Michael of The Faster Times points out, you have about a month left to prepare yourself for The Ask, the newest novel by writer Sam Lipsyte. For those unfamiliar with any of Lipsyte’s past work, this gives you … Read More

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