links & contact
Open City was the subject of a long and extraordinary review in the New Yorker. There were also rave reviews in the New York Times, the Economist, Time Magazine, the New York Review of Books, and many others. There’s a dedicated website for the book here.
A feature about Open City on National Public Radio. The page includes audio of an interview, a summary, a transcript, and an excerpt of the book.
Four of my favorite interviews are these two long ones in audio on Radio Open Source and CBC Radio, and these two in print: at 3AM Magazine and at Mint. Other interviews: the Goodreads website, Tin House, PBS NewsHour.
I’m active on Twitter: my current project (“small fates”) involves taking news reports from New York newspapers of 1912 and rewriting them in the ironic and epigrammatic style of Félix Fénéon. The project has been featured on NPR and on the New Yorker. I also have an active page on Facebook, and all the latest news about my writing and upcoming appearances can be found there. I do a visual arts blog for the New Inquiry. I’m on faculty at Bard College, where I serve as the Distinguished Writer in Residence.