Magazine article The New Yorker

Readings & Talks

Magazine article The New Yorker

Readings & Talks

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Readings & Talks

“Words and Images”

New York Public Library

Both participants in this freewheeling talk are writers, but the title also references the visually driven work of Teju Cole, who, in addition to being a novelist, is an art historian and the photography critic for the TimesMagazine. Cole shares the stage with the Caribbean poet Ishion Hutchinson, a Jamaican-born wordsmith whose verse has been referred to in this magazine as “post-postcolonial.”—K. Leander Williams (Nov. 8 at 7.)

The Midterms: Nate Silver

92nd Street Y

Whither America’s electoral fortunes? The popularity of fivethirtyeight.com, the statistician Silver’s Web site, is a signification of what seems like an unquenchable thirst for predictions about the country’s political future. …

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