Morning Book Links: Authors Share Their Bookshelves and CJR Becomes a Publisher

Junot Diaz, Claire Messud, James Wood and Gary Shteyngart share their libraries. [FT] Sign Up For Our Daily Newsletter Sign

Junot Diaz, Claire Messud, James Wood and Gary Shteyngart share their libraries. [FT]

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Morning Book Links: Authors Share Their Bookshelves and CJR Becomes a Publisher