Monday, May 19 2008
Kaisischke's grotesque images of the natural world remind me of Sylvia Plath. She is a master of highlighting the splendor and tragedy working side-by-side in everyday life.
Tuesday, July 15 2014
Laura Kasischke's tenth novel is a dark fairytale about the sacrifices of motherhood and of secrets so deep, we learn to keep them even from ourselves.
Wednesday, April 27 2011
The Truth is Out There in 'The Raising', and Like Mulder and Scully Those Seeking It Will Pay Dearly
One night, college student Craig Clements-Rabbitt got drunk, borrowed a friend’s car, picked up his date, Nicole Werner, then ran the car off the road, killing Nicole. Or did he?
Thursday, January 18 2007
Laura Kasischke explores middle age in a new book and a movie of an older one.