Hari Kunrzu’s Guardian piece about the NYC literary scene opens with last week’s standing room only, packed to capacity, amazing László Krasznahorkai event with McNally Jackson at Housing Works. Read it: (via Why is New York’s literary crowd suddenly in thrall to Hungarian fiction? | Hari Kunzru | Books | The Guardian)
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