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An Election in Jerusalem
On The New Yorker Radio Hour, A Palestinian community leader risks his life to run for a seat on Jerusalem’s city council. Plus: Curtis Sittenfeld at the grocery store; and Calvin Trillin, Super 8
How Sloane Crosley and Curtis Sittenfeld Make Profound Art Out of Awkwardness
Katy Waldman on the writers Sloane Crosley and Curtis Sittenfeld’s use of awkwardness in their fiction and essays.
Curtis Sittenfeld Reads Tessa Hadley
Deborah Treisman is joined by Curtis Sittenfeld, who reads and discusses “The Surrogate,” by Tessa Hadley, from a 2003 issue of The New Yorker.