Monthly Archives: November 2010

Previously unpublished interview surfaces

Guernica: A Magazine of Art & Politics has just published an interview that Lila Azam Zanganeh conducted with John Updike “four years ago.” Here’s the link, with thanks to Dr. C. Greenhalgh for drawing our attention to it.

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Article ponders Updike’s chances at an enduring legacy

Bruce Cordingly, a Seattle resident who attended the First Biennial John Updike Society Conference on October 1-3, 2010, has written an article for The Millions on “John Updike, and the Curious Business of Sustaining Literary Reputations.” Here’s the link.

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Poem: “Updike Redux”

This poem by Evelyn Lau was published in the The Malahat Review 171 (Summer 2010), which was released in September and reprinted here by permission of both the author and the review: Updike Redux Rain is grace; rain is the … Continue reading

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