Salman Rushdie's Latest Novel, Terrence McNally's Memoir in Plays

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As violent protests over a US-made film rock the Muslim world in 2012, Salman Rushdie publishes his account of the decade he spent in hiding while under a fatwa for his book 'The Satanic Verses'.

The practice of city and state governments spending billions of dollars on professional sports stadiums, despite dubious economic benefits. Salman Rushdie talks about his new novel, Two Years, Eight Months, and Twenty-Eight NightsPaul Moses tells the story of how two of America’s largest ethnic groups, the Italians and Irish, learned to work with each other in the wake of decades of animosity. In Selected Works: A Memoir in Plays, Terrence McNally collects a set of eight plays that he considers the most important of his oeuvre, introducing each play with a personal essay that frames his life in the theater.