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“Start with the novel’s climax (often the first thing you know about it, its most striking moment) and work backward, asking why-why-why. Then write forward.” Nell Zink at The Lithub on how to become a novelist in 10 easy steps. See also our interview with Zink from last week. The post Also Only Costs $9.99 appeared first on The Millions.
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Entertainment / Books : The Millions

Nell Zink, whose second novel comes out next week, has one of the lit world’s more unusual origin stories. An expat in Germany, she wrote her first novel in three weeks, after striking up a friendship over email with Jonathan Franze...

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Nell Zink’s second novel portrays a lesbian who flees her gay husband and her son, lying low by posing as black with her daughter in 1960s Virginia.

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Nell Zink’s novel about the making and unmaking of an American family lays bare our assumptions about race and sexuality.

Nell Zink's Review of Franzen's Purity Mysteriously Vanishes From n+1

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Early Wednesday, n+1, beloved magazine of the internet intelligentsia, published novelist Nell Zink’s mocking and joyful review of Jonathan Franzen’s upcoming novel, Purity. By mid-afternoon, the contents of the article were replace...

Theater of Cruelty: The Strange American Reception of Nell Zink’s ‘Mislaid’

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Nell Zink’s second novel, Mislaid, announces her as one of a handful of the best novelists on the American scene. More satirical, willfully magisterial, and, yes, even earnest than The Wallcreeper — a debut that was far more earnest...

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