Benjamin Moser

Beowulf Sheehan

Benjamin Moser

Benjamin Moser is the author of Why This World: A Biography of Clarice Lispector (2009). For his work in bringing Lispector’s writing to a wider international audience, he was awarded Brazil’s first State Prize for Cultural Diplomacy. His latest book, Sontag: Her Life and Work (2019), won the Pulitzer Prize for biography in 2020.


Jan Lievens: Portrait of Rembrandt, circa 1629

Not Rembrandt, But…

Jan Lievens: A Dutch Master Rediscovered

a recent exhibition at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.; the Milwaukee Art Museum; and the Rembrandthuis, Amsterdam

June 10, 2010 issue


On Afric's Shore: A History of Maryland in Liberia, 1834–1857

by Richard L. Hall

April 6, 2006 issue

Small Wonder

Carel Fabritius 1622–1654 Young Master Painter

Carel Fabritius 1622–1654

by Frederik J. Duparc, with contributions by Gero Seelig and Ariane van Suchteren

July 14, 2005 issue

Start Spreading the News

Holland Mania: The Unknown Dutch Period in American Art and Culture

by Annette Stott

The Island at the Center of the World: The Epic Story of Dutch Manhattan and the Forgotten Colony That Shaped America

by Russell Shorto

November 4, 2004 issue

Dutch Treat

Discovering Brazil with Albert Eckhout

Albert Eckhout: A Dutch Artist in Brazil

catalog of the exhibition edited by Quentin Buvelot

August 12, 2004 issue

Saboteur in Texas

Sin Killer

by Larry McMurtry

The Wandering Hill

by Larry McMurtry

By Sorrow's River

by Larry McMurtry

Folly and Glory

by Larry McMurtry

May 27, 2004 issue

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