Borges, Moore, and Munro

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Borges, Moore, and Munro

 

Judith Shulevitz is a former culture editor of Slate and the author of The Sabbath World: Glimpses of a Different Order of Time.

Andrew Sullivan blogs at the Daily Dish.

Katha Pollitt is the author most recently of The Mind-Body Problem, a collection of poems.

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Fareed Zakaria is editor of Newsweek International and the author of The Future of Freedom: Illiberal Democracy at Home and Abroad.

Sarah Kerr writes for the New York Review of Books and Condé Nast Traveler, among other publications.

Cynthia Kling is a gardener in Cold Spring, N.Y.

Jim Holt is a longtime contributor to The New Yorker—where he has written on string theory, time, infinity, numbers, truth, and bullshit, among other subjects—and the author of Stop Me If You’ve Heard This. He is also a frequent contributor to the New York Times. He lives in Greenwich Village, New York City.

David Edelstein is Slate's film critic. You can read his reviews in "Reel Time" and in "Movies." He can be contacted at slatemovies@slate.com.

Michael Wood, who teaches at Princeton, is the author, most recently, of Literature and the Taste of Knowledge.

Brent Staples is on the editorial board of the New York Times and is a member of Slate's book-reviewing team.

Mark Crispin Miller is a professor of media studies at New York University and author of Seeing Through Movies.

Jim Holt is a longtime contributor to The New Yorker—where he has written on string theory, time, infinity, numbers, truth, and bullshit, among other subjects—and the author of Stop Me If You’ve Heard This. He is also a frequent contributor to the New York Times. He lives in Greenwich Village, New York City.

Sarah Kerr writes for the New York Review of Books and Condé Nast Traveler, among other publications.

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