You’d think that if America’s best living novelist wrote a novel about immigration a few months before immigration becomes one of the most discussed policy issues, the novelist would be fighting off interviewers with a stick. Instead, it appears no that no seems to think he’d have anything interesting to say.
Is Wolfe sick, did he move into the woods and shun human contact, is his agent retarded, has he been blacklisted?
Wolfe’s book is particularly interesting, since he wrote about Cuban immigration. The US essentially has an open border policy with respect to Cuban immigrants.
My thoughts on his thoughts about the results are at the link, but his thoughts are not generally favorable. For some reason the line that I can’t get out of my head is, “why didn’t everybody get together and water just one tree?”