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All of those are actually the serious preoccupations of a novelist.
The letter, which was signed by the likes of Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Jhumpa Lahiri and artist Chuck Close, among others, also included a hidden message of sorts.
In another, a narrator reads out the accusatory suicide note of Reinaldo Arenas, a gay novelist who died in 1990 after suffering decades of persecution by Cuba’s government.
The idea is that this generation will come back with more authentic stories about Cuba and use their talents — as writers or journalists or graphic novelists — to tell stories.
RELATED: 23 Oscar Nominees Reveal The Untold Stories Behind Their Films Williams was recently linked to novelist Jonathan Safran Foer since 2015.
Before becoming a novelist, Earhart — an Illinois native — wrote and published several academic books.
Spider-Man 2 was the rare action film with whip-smart dialogue, likely thanks to novelist and comic book lover Michael Chabon, who helped write the film.
Sex With Strangers’ 8 Laura Eason’s play about romance in the modern age — in which a blogger and a novelist pursue their mutual attraction — is making its regional premiere at Stage West.
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