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Days that Will Live in Infamy: PW Talks with James Ellroy. In 'Perfidia,' James Ellroy launches his new L.A. quartet, which is set on the eve of Pearl Harbor.

Days that Will Live in Infamy: PW Talks with James Ellroy. In 'Perfidia,' James Ellroy launches his new L.A. quartet, which is set on the eve of Pearl Harbor.

A Book Could Be a Living Thing: Walter Isaacson. Walter Isaacson began collecting material for 'The Innovators,' his joint history of the Internet and the personal computer that was just nominated for a National Book Award, in the early 1990s, but his fascination with technology dates back to the childhood of this self-confessed “electronics geek” in New Orleans.

A Book Could Be a Living Thing: Walter Isaacson. Walter Isaacson began collecting material for 'The Innovators,' his joint history of the Internet and the personal computer that was just nominated for a National Book Award, in the early 1990s, but his fascination with technology dates back to the childhood of this self-confessed “electronics geek” in New Orleans.

Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and author Rick Bragg is no stranger to unearthing the heart of a story, as he proved in his own best-selling memoir "All Over But The Shoutin’."

Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and author Rick Bragg is no stranger to unearthing the heart of a story, as he proved in his own best-selling memoir "All Over But The Shoutin’."

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Publication Date: 0116 Section: cul Slug: kakutani Closing Day/Time: 0115 4pm Cropped by: beth x1484 Effective Resolution: 154.5 dpi Angle: 0¡ Landscape: true B&W: true Width Locked: true Width Units: picas Width: 12p2 Height Locked: true Height Units: inches Height: 2

Books Are Broken-Limbed Baby Dolls: PW Talks with Hanya Yanagihara.   Hanya Yanagihara took almost two decades to finish 'The People in the Trees,' her outstanding novel about a doctor who perhaps discovers the secret to immortality in a remote island chain. Yanagihara, who writes for Condé Nast Traveler, talks about unreliable narrators, laziness, and making stuff up.

Books Are Broken-Limbed Baby Dolls: PW Talks with Hanya Yanagihara. Hanya Yanagihara took almost two decades to finish 'The People in the Trees,' her outstanding novel about a doctor who perhaps discovers the secret to immortality in a remote island chain. Yanagihara, who writes for Condé Nast Traveler, talks about unreliable narrators, laziness, and making stuff up.

Don't expect me to be sane anymore. Don't 'let's be sensible'. I can't see how I can go on living away from you-these intermissions are death...Here I am back and still smoldering with passion. Not a passion any longer for flesh, but a complete hunger for you. A devouring hunger. I study you so much to discover the possible flaws, the weak points, the danger zones. I don't find them-not any. That means I am in love, blind blind, blind. To be blind forever! - Henry Miller

Don't expect me to be sane anymore. Don't 'let's be sensible'. I can't see how I can go on living away from you-these intermissions are death...Here I am back and still smoldering with passion. Not a passion any longer for flesh, but a complete hunger for you. A devouring hunger. I study you so much to discover the possible flaws, the weak points, the danger zones. I don't find them-not any. That means I am in love, blind blind, blind. To be blind forever! - Henry Miller

Robert Gottlieb is a Man of a Million Words. Publishing icon Gottlieb reflects on his life as an editor and writer, and why he wants "He got things done" engraved on his tombstone.

Robert Gottlieb is a Man of a Million Words. Publishing icon Gottlieb reflects on his life as an editor and writer, and why he wants "He got things done" engraved on his tombstone.

Laura Claridge's new biography of Blanche Knopf, wife of Alfred, concludes Blanche's tastes and judgments had a huge influence on how the publishing house developed.

Laura Claridge's new biography of Blanche Knopf, wife of Alfred, concludes Blanche's tastes and judgments had a huge influence on how the publishing house developed.

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