A first step into Matthew Sharpes latest novel, You Were Wrong, has the puzzling impression of being given an algebra problem without precedent to solve it.
Blustery fall winds whip the scarves of sidewalkers outside Think Coffee, in Union Square South. Im prepared with my digital recorder and strategic questions, waiting for the funnyman, Richard Hine, to arrive
Hannah Pittards debut novel reverberates with the delicate soul of dwindling Americana, forming a beautiful mosaic of a towns shared grief.
Arriving as the park opens is too late and theyre stuck at the back of the line, directly beneath the sun. A man appears pushing a cooler decorated with pictures of frozen treats. Dawn orders two but cant find her wallet. Jun has to pay again. The Popsicle vendor likes Dawn.