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Reading Resources: The Novel

...McGurl, “The Novel’s Forking Path,” Public Books, April 1, 2015 Tara Menon, “Sara Moss’s Anxiety Chronicles,” Los Angeles Review of Books, February 21, 2021 Tara Menon, “What Women Want,” Public...

Tara K. Menon

Tara K. Menon is a Junior Fellow at the Harvard Society of Fellows, and will begin as an assistant professor in the department of English at Harvard University in the...

Episode 1: Novels & Ideas

Featuring: Teju Cole & Tara K. Menon

...of Season 2 of Public Books 101, novelist Teju Cole and scholar Tara K. Menon join our host, Nicholas Dames, to consider how novels inspire readers to wrestle with difficult...

India’s Garbage Politics

...that denied municipal resources to local communities. Browse The Indispensable Anger of Arundhati Roy By Tara K. Menon While the interrelated phenomena of disease, poverty, and the toxicity born of...

Skateboarding, We Hardly Knew You

...public architecture so as to prevent skaters from scarring it themselves. Browse “Winning Is Not Uncomplicated”: Louisa Thomas on Sports By Tara K. Menon Skateboarding, it seems, is not only...

Trailer: The Novel Now

...of focus and attention?   Featuring: Jay Baruch Elif Batuman Teju Cole Merve Emre Rishi Goyal Garth Greenwell Heidi Julavits Tara K. Menon Leah Price Daniel Wright  Across five episodes,...

The World Latinx Athletes Make

...meaningful lives and, in doing so, challenged political, economic, and gendered boundaries. Browse “Winning Is Not Uncomplicated”: Louisa Thomas on Sports By Tara K. Menon We are currently at the...

Our Mission

...Goffe Higher Education Carolyn Dever Literary Fiction Jesse McCarthy Tara K. Menon Literature in Translation Bécquer Seguín Bonnie Chau Poetry Eleanor Johnson Geoffrey G. O’Brien Rowan Ricardo Phillips Politics Ivan...

Public Picks 2021

...by accident … Kate Winslet in Mare of Easttown (HBO)   Tara K. Menon Literary Fiction   At Night All Blood Is Black, by David Diop, translated from the French...

Another Mormon Education

The first sentence Tara Westover writes in her engrossing memoir Educated is a disclaimer: “This story is not about Mormonism.” This is true in the same way that René Magritte’s...