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NYC Literary Haunts That Aren’t the Algonquin or White Horse Tavern

As followers in the footsteps of New York City's long list of boozy writers, we’ve been resting on our Algonquin and White Horse laurels for way too long. Those two bars barely scratch the surface of their particular genre, and yet they've assumed preeminence whenever someone asks for a recommendation of a classic literary watering hole. Here ...

Life on the Road of Oversharing: Rick Moody’s ‘Hotels of North America’

In the preface to Rick Moody’s new novel, one Greenway Davies, director of the fictitious North American Society of Hoteliers and Innkeepers, explains what we’re in for: a collection of reviews from a man named Reginald Edward Morse, one of the more esteemed contributors to RateYourLodging.com, a TripAdvisor-esque online hotel review site. ...