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William T. Vollmann Would Like a Word or Two About Climate Change. Or 1,200 Pages.

Vollmann’s many fans are drawn to his literary hoarder aesthetic, and they will not be disappointed. The first volume, “No Immediate Danger,” deals mostly with the nuclear disaster at Fukushima; the second, “No Good Alternative,” takes on coal, oil and natural gas. He has stacked his reporting high, giving us …

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“The Dramatis Personae of Our Lives”: On “A Bountiful Harvest: The Correspondence of Anthony Hecht and William L. MacDonald”

MAY 20, 2018 FRIENDSHIPS ARE AUTONOMOUS REGIONS with their own languages, folkways, and treacheries. Old friends are telepathic and get each other’s jokes. What they don’t say is heavy with significance. It’s not always a case of “opposites attract,” nor are friends necessarily “two peas in a pod.” Rather, long-lived …

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The Art and Activism of the Anthropocene, Part I: A Conversation with William T. Vollmann, Chantal Bilodeau, and David Wallace-Wells

MAY 16, 2018 CLIMATE CHANGE is no longer a distant possibility. We’re seeing its effects in the here and now, with the world’s most disadvantaged populations experiencing the worst of its impacts. Artists, novelists, and journalists have responded with work that helps bring greater awareness to climate change and many …

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