Alex Graham’s Covid-Comic Dog Biscuits intersects with social justice issues, “woke” culture, social media, gender dynamics, ambivalence, and the complications of making mistakes.
Life during the destructive Trump era spurred a new level of activism. Nate Powell’s collection of comics essays, ‘Save It for Later’, wants to keep that fire going.
Award-Winning Argentinian Novelist Betina González’s ‘American Delirium’ Climbs and Weaves Like a Vine
In award-winning Argentinian novelist Betina González’s ‘American Delirium’, the storylines tend to flirt with the uncertain borderline demarcating the merely zany from the farcical.
There is nothing artificial about Kazuo Ishiguro’s Klara of ‘Klara and the Sun’. That’s the tragedy and the irony of being an Artificial Friend.
Ray Bradbury’s The Martian Chronicles calls out from the past to our time of pandemic and NASA’s Mars Space Rover: however far our reach may be there is no escape for humankind from humankind.
The authors of a new and expansive oral history talk with us about Los Angeles’ 1980s glam metal scene and their book, Nöthin’ But a Good Time.