Janet Groth in conversation with Calvin Trillin

Janet Groth in conversation with Calvin Trillin
Photograph: Richard Drew / AP Images Calvin Trillin We imagine Trillin emerged from the womb with an arched eyebrow and a droll aside to the doctor about the temperature of the room. Quite Enough of Calvin Trillin brings together his commentary, poems and smart-aleck notions in one book; liv
Janet Groth became The New Yorker's receptionist just out of college in 1957, and stayed in the same post for more than 20 years; of course, she's got tales to tell. Today she chats with longtime New Yorker staffer Calvin Trillin about her new memoir, The Receptionist, as well as the characters and culture that make the magazine.


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