For me, it’s what I want from The New York Times on a weekend,” said Singer, 45, her voice picking up. “I want a good, sexy, neurotic story about New York literary life in the Seventies. I want the New York Review of Books parties. I want a little Farrar, Strauss and Giroux. You have that literary dream of New York. It’s got it all.
Sally Singer, talking about the excerpt of Sempre Susan by Sigrid Nunez that will run in T right around the time we finish editing Sigrid’s episode of Cooking the Books! This is also what I want from the New York Times on a weekend, and from life in general.