Before her trip to Outside Lands this past weekend, Kathleen Inman—whose solar-powered winery is in the Russian River Valley, north of San Francisco—spoke with us about the overlap between music and wine, her interest in music, and what it takes to maintain an environmentally conscious winery.Read more »
"I still love cowboy boots and country music," jokes René Steinke, confirming her credibility in writing about the Texan hometown she left for New York two decades ago. In Friendswood (Riverhead), her third novel, Steinke weaves a gripping fictional tale based around a real-life environmental disaster that rocks her characters' interwoven lives.Read more »
Occasionally there are writers talented enough to define their generations. But rarely does one have the endurance and acuity to define half a century. From war zones to Watergate, from her exceptional experimental fiction to her navigation of media and law, Renata Adler has proven one of America's literary and journalistic masters. As the resurgent appreciation for her fiction continues, we talk to her about all the places her writing has taken her—and why it's crucial to question the given facts.