What makes this book readable, despite the weight of the questions it raises, is Noras voicethe consistency of her humor, cleverness, and charm. Though including the perpetrators point of view feels at first Lolita-esque, the novels overall perspective stays satisfyingly decentralized from his disturbing, first person account.
William Gaddis was one of the 20th centurys most acerbic writers of dialogue, a novelist who, from simple words and serpentine sentences, evinced the mendacity of the current zeitgeist in four different decades.
Gass toiled over diction, cadence of free modification, and the emergent properties of prose style. The William H. Gass Reader is a collection of crumbs that will draw you into a labyrinth of letters that will transform your understanding of language
Amanda Goldblatts forthcoming debut novel, Hard Mouth, follows Denny, short for Denise, a twenty-something woman and only child who has been watching her father battle cancer for ten years.
Giving readers a montage of her experience of womanhood, writerhood, [and] motherhood, Hagood explains how looking at a woman is indeed worthy of a revolution in 2019.
Osmans new book is about Adam and Eve and the idea of exile as something embedded within all people, refugees and the destruction of landscape.
Its quite rare, these days, for a poem to become front page news in the New York Times.
The following discussion reveals that Satterlees venture into translation was shaped not by some lofty, lifelong ambition but circumstance and opportunity.
Elvia Wilks debut novel Oval is a speculative meditation on the evil humans doto the planet and to each other. Its also a distinctly millennial love story and a sometimes sharp and sometimes meandering critique of modern society.