What Does Russia Look Like, Now? Expat Keith Gessen on His New Novel, Putin, and the Guy Worse Than Him in the White House

A character in Keith Gessen’s first novel, All the Sad Young Literary Men — a fractured portrait of three authorial alter egos, a study in ambition and romantic foolery and a forerunner of the autofiction movement of the past decade — remarks that New York City belongs to the young. ... More »

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