I've launched a new blog on the New Yorker website. It's called Unquiet Thoughts, after the John Dowland part-song, and it will offer many of the features that readers have come to expect from this site: the hilarity, the profundity, the delicious recipes. Given the close relationship between my New Yorker writing and my adventures in blogging, it makes more sense to bring all of my activity under the magazine's exacting aegis. The present site will remain intact, with a focus on my books and related material. I'll continue to augment the audio resources and post fresh material from time to time. I'd like to give ardent thanks to longtime readers for their kind and close attention to this blog. The noise will never die.
Photo: Panamint Valley, 1999.