The Replacements are a really, really great band: Hazlitt contributors investigate.
The story behind the last known interview with the author of Herzog, Ravelstein, and The Adventures of Augie March, with exclusive video.
The authors discuss the influence of visual art in their writing, working to rap music, and the hypnotic smell of oil paints.
This American Life host Ira Glass remembers his friend David Rakoff, and shares his personal iPhone footage of David recording the audio book of his posthumously published Love, Dishonor, Marry, Die, Cherish, Perish.
The author of The Slow Fix talks about the impact of the 2007-2008 financial crisis on the way we think about work, money, and what we want out of life.
The author of Born Weird on how families both make you and mess you up.
During a recent visit to Toronto, Roddy Doyle spoke with Pagelicker host Robert Dayton about John Ford’s film The Quiet Man, “stage paddyism”, and what it means to be Irish today.
In the second part of their chat over a pint of milk, host Robert Dayton asks Roddy Doyle about writing women characters and the protagonist of The Woman Who Walked Into Doors.
Host Robert Dayton sits down for a pint of milk with Roddy Doyle.
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