The New York Times Book Review on The Art of Fielding A.O. Scott in The New York Times Magazine on n + 1 Radio Interview with Chad Harbach on “Read First, Ask Later” (Ep. 26)
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“Chad Harbach’s The Art of Fielding is one of those rare novels–like Michael Chabon’s Mysteries of Pittsburgh or John Irving’s The World According to Garp–that seems to appear out of nowhere and then dazzles and bewitches and inspires until you nearly The New York Times Book Review “[A] delightful debutErudite enough to reference
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The Art of Fielding was Chad Harbach’s first novel. He’s written a short story, Kayley’s Constellations. He’s edited a non-fiction book, MFA vs. NYC: Two Cultures of American Fiction. It’s based on his very good n+1 article MFA vs. NYC, which you can read in full here. You can also read a …
October 1, 2011 • Chad Harbach’s acclaimed debut novel, The Art Of Fielding, is full of wins and losses. But when a star player chokes, the book raises big questions about the things we chase in
Sep 11, 2011 · Chad Harbach makes the case for baseball, thrillingly, in his slow, precious and altogether excellent first novel, “The Art of Fielding.” “You loved it,” he writes of the game, “because
The Rumpus Interview with Chad Harbach. By Jonathan Lee. April 3rd, 2014. Rumpus: And writes about it, and is published by a New York house. Harbach: Right. And I don’t know exactly at what point in his career DeLillo became so reticent. Harbach: Sure. I conceived of the book in 2000, and by the time I got to 2006, 2007, 2008,
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