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Jonathan Lethem

Jonathan Lethem is a MacArthur Fellow and author of fourteen books, including Motherless Brooklyn (1999), winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award; the bestselling The Fortress of Solitude (2003); Men and Cartoons (2004); The Disappointment Artist (2005); and How We Got Insipid (2006). In 2007, his new novel You Don’t Love Me Yet will be published by Doubleday, and he will be featured on the DVD commentary for Richard Linklater’s film adaptation of Philip K. Dick’s A Scanner Darkly.


Phil in the Marketplace

Writers on Writers | Fiction

Here’s the writer of Ubik, stopping in at Art Music on Shattuck Avenue in Berkeley, a store selling sheet music and records and phonographs, a store where until recently he was a mere but happy clerk. Now he is something else, something less mere, [...]