On the May New Yorker Fiction Podcast, Emma Cline reads and discusses “The Metal Bowl” by Miranda July, from a 2017 issue of the magazine.
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On this week’s episode of the Writer’s Voice podcast, Lore Segal reads her story “Dandelion,” from the March 25, 2019, issue of the magazine.
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A lyrical childhood memory piece of nature and family. It is well-read in the author’s beautiful accent, so evocative of the few treasured remnants of the Kindertransport children who made it to London, in this case from Vienna. (Ref. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lore_Segal). Other recent contributors to The Writer’s Voice podcast series include Sally Rooney and Yiyun Li. Introduced by the New Yorker’s fiction editor, Deborah Treisman.
You can also read the story, for the time being, online. It begins:
“That Henry James, when he got old, rewrote his early work was my excuse for revisiting, at ninety, a story I had written in my twenties. I was ten years old when I had to leave Austria, so the day with my father in the Alps must have taken place on our last family holiday, the previous August.” (Lore Segal)
On the January New Yorker Fiction Podcast, Orhan Pamuk reads and discusses “Ibn Hakkan Al-Bokhari, Dead in His Labyrinth,” by Jorge Luis Borges. https://t.co/ARQrO0pnw6
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Podcast: Nobel laureate novelist Orhan Pamuk joins the fiction editor of The New Yorker, Deborah Treisman, to read and discuss “Ibn Hakkan Al-Bokhari, Dead in his Labyrinth,” by Jorge Luis Borges, from a 1970 issue of the magazine.
“When I was fifteen, my younger sister died. It happened very suddenly. She was twelve then, in her first year of junior high. …”
August 27, 2018 Issue
Ways and Means
By Sana Krasikov
“Oliver had been placed on indefinite leave. The latest rumor was that another allegation had surfaced.”
Link: “Ways and Means” | The New Yorker read by the author