It’s foolish to dismiss any genre of writing as inherently worthless. That’s a fairly obvious statement, right? But not to Colm Tóibín, it seems.
In an interview with the Guardian last weekend, the thrice Booker Prize-nominated Irish author delivered a contemptuous take on crime fiction. “I can’t do thrillers and I can’t do spy novels,” Tóibín said. “I can’t do any genre-fiction books, none of them. I...
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