Jonas T. Bengtsson takes us down unexpected paths, reminding us that life is too complex for us to assume we know how things will turn out. [22.Apr.14]
Mona Simpson’s novels, always sensitive and complex, have only become more so with time, acquiring the depth only a seasoned writer can proffer. [22.Apr.14]
This vigorous interdisciplinary approach brings a revealing new perspective to a well-worn classic of American literature. [21.Apr.14]
McSweeney's is stripped of its Internet cloak and laid before us, vulnerable and shivering, on the bare, naked pages of print.
Nickolas Butler’s golden-toned Bon Iver-inspired novel about four friends in a small Wisconsin town has gorgeous intent, but too little purpose. [20.Apr.14]
What can the ‘failed’ constitutions of American history teach us about building community and galvanizing social movements? [17.Apr.14]
"We think we have time to love, cook dinner, take walks, become enlightened, but one wave can take us, or it can spit us out." -Gretel Ehrlich [17.Apr.14]
Love Is a Canoe is about how people in love will latch onto any floating bit of debris to salvage their sinking relationships. [16.Apr.14]