Sloane Crosley

Sloane Crosley appears in the following:

The Modern Workplace Portrayed Through Art

Friday, October 27, 2017

Exploring the minutiae and the meaning of the modern workplace through writing. 


Sloane Crosley Wants to Get Out of the Country

Thursday, October 08, 2015

Sloane Crosley's first novel has everything — a love triangle, an international caper, and a guest appearance from French writer Guy de Maupassant. 


In 'Sisterland,' Familial Fissures And A Pair Of Psychic Twins

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Curtis Sittenfeld is the Ed Norton of the literary world. Popular but intellectual, accessible but mysterious and, above all — a perspective chameleon with an uncanny ability to enter the minds of callow prep school outcasts and devotedly compromising first ladies alike. With Sisterland, she takes this mind-entering business to ...


On The Move: Three Books To Keep Out Of The Boxes

Sunday, April 21, 2013

These days, nothing says amateur hour quite like an alphabetical bookshelf. From lifestyle magazines to design blogs (admittedly a short distance), there are limitless suggestions for how you should treat your books. You can arrange them by genre, by time period, by size or by color (all well and good ...


Bear Bells and Bad Roommates

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Sloane Crosley, author of I Was Told There'd Be Cake, looks at contemporary life in New York (and Alaska) in her new book of essays, How Did You Get This Number (Riverhead Hardcover, 2010.)

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Paging Dorothy Parker

Monday, April 07, 2008

I Was Told There'd Be Cake author Sloane Crosley on surviving a bridetatorship, working with butterflies, and being a vegetarian--yet craving sushi.

Sloane Crosley will be reading at 7pm tonight at the Tribeca Barnes & Noble, 97 Warren Street.

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Do or Die

Monday, April 07, 2008

If the State Legislature approves congestion pricing by midnight tonight, the city will be eligible for $350 million in federal assistance. We’ll go live to Albany for the latest. Plus: Talking Points Memo blogger Josh Marshall on how he--and his readers—uncovered the politically motivated firings of U.S. attorneys, and I ...