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A conversation about Book of Numbers appears at The New Republic.

An introduction to a new edition of Bohumil Hrabal’s The Little Town Where Time Stood Still, published by NYRB Classics, appears at LitHub.

“Letter of Recommendation: Alternative Search Engines” appears in The New York Times Magazine.

An excerpt from Book of Numbers appears in Issue 28, Spring 2015, of The Berlin Journal.

A conversation about literary doubles appears in the By Heart series at The Atlantic.

An excerpt from Book of Numbers appears at randomhousebooks.

A conversation about Book of Numbers appears at Bomb.

An excerpt from Book of Numbers appears at Vice.

“The Doomed Generation,” an essay on Book of Numbers, appears at the site of the Jewish Book Council.

An interview with Peter Cole appears in Issue 213, Summer 2015, of The Paris Review.

A story, The Gymnics, appears in Assignment.

Books reviewed in “New Books” column, Harper’s Magazine, June 2015: Literary Rivals: Feuds and Antagonisms in the World of Books, Richard Bradford; I Greet You at the Beginning of a Great Career: The Selected Correspondence of Lawrence Ferlinghetti and Allen Ginsberg, 1955-1997 (ed. Bill Morgan); The Fellowship: The Literary Lives of the Inklings, Philip and Carol Zaleski.

“From the Palo Alto Sessions,” an excerpt from Book of Numbers, appears in Harper’s Magazine.

“Here Was the Famous Voice,” the fourth installment of a group-read of Norman Rush’s Mating, appears at The Paris Review.

Books reviewed in “New Books” column, Harper’s Magazine, April 2015: God Help the Child, Toni Morrison; The Folded Clock, Heidi Julavits; Thus Were Their Faces, Silvina Ocampo (trans. Daniel Balderston); Silvina Ocampo (trans. Jason Weiss).

A story, Late Style, appears in Best of Gigantic: Stories from the First Five Years, 2009-2014.

Books reviewed in “New Books” column, Harper’s Magazine, February 2015: Satin Island, Tom McCarthy; The Infernal, Mark Doten; Green on Blue, Elliot Ackerman.

Multiple Identities, the transcription of a conversation with Tess Lewis, Richard Panchyk, Sophie Pinkham, and George Prochnik about Joseph Roth and Stefan Zweig, appears in The Believer.

Books reviewed in “New Books” column, Harper’s Magazine, December 2014: A Chosen Exile: A History of Racial Passing in American Life, Allyson Hobbs; The Birth of the Pill: How Four Crusaders Reinvented Sex and Launched a Revolution, Jonathan Eig; The Hormone Factory, Saskia Goldschmidt (trans. Hester Velmans).

An introduction to five coming-of-age essays appears in the December 2014 issue of Harper’s Magazine.

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