Edwidge Danticat, Haitian-born American writer, to speak of 'creating dangerously'
I was reading a lecture by the French writer Albert Camus, and came across his notion of “create dangerously, for people who read dangerously.” And I thought about my own life, and my parents' lifes, how their notion of writing was tied always to danger.
Finally, he rests
"Without work," as the philosopher Albert Camus put it, "all life goes rotten. But when work is soulless, life stifles and dies." To the poet Kahlil Gibran, such soulful work is "love made visible". Move on? For seven days, it was the one piece of ...
This Week in Fiction: Kamel Daoud
The New Yorker
The piece in this week's issue, “Musa,” is drawn from your novel “The Meursault Investigation,” which came out in Algeria in 2013, in France last year, and will be published in the United States in June. The book is, in some ways, a response to Albert ...
Bloodline Recap: Sleep Tight
When I say stranger, I mean Albert Camus L'Étranger, stranger. This is the kind of realm we're in now. Danny's darkest scenes here all felt like the drug-induced paranoia hallucination from a couple episodes ago, #unreal. Holy shit, Meg and Marco are ...