1. Sam Waterston, Charlotte Rampling and Robie Porter in James Salter's lost film, “Three” (1969).

    Susan Sontag introduced James Salter at a 92Y reading in 1997 with “If he can be described as a writer’s writer, then I think it’s just as true to say he’s a reader’s writer; that is, he’s a writer who particularly rewards those for whom reading is an intense pleasure and something that is a bit of an addiction. I myself put James Salter among the very few North American writers all of whose work I want to read and whose as yet unpublished books I wait for impatiently.”

    Salter returns to 92Y on Monday night (Apr 29) with Richard Ford.

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    Have we talked about my ridiculous attraction to Sam Waterston. Because… yeah that’s kind of a huge thing. Vintage Man...
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    Three things occurred to me simultaneously while looking at this picture/post. Sam Waterson (damn), Charlotte Rampling...
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    Whoa, Ms. Rampling.
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