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G. P. Putnam’s Sons bought the rights to “Maestra,” the first novel in a trilogy by L. S. Hilton, in a low-seven-figure pre-emptive deal.
Anthony Bozza, who was hired in 2010, has filed suit in federal court, saying that Ms. Love failed to complete payment for his work.
Bellow’s novel divided critics when it was first published in 1959. James Parker and Francine Prose discuss the experience of reading it today.
A 112-page hardcover by a team of contributors will include new comic strips and short stories, pinups and recollections of the influence of Snoopy and of Schulz.
Eric Schlosser discusses Asne Seierstad’s “One of Us,” and Meghan O’Rourke talks about Elizabeth Alexander’s “The Light of the World.”
The first volume of Zachary Leader’s biography of Saul Bellow ends in 1964, with the publication of “Herzog.”
Martin Amis reviews a new collection of Saul Bellow’s nonfiction, including criticism, interviews and speeches.