Essays On General Fiction

Alain-Fournier’s The Lost Estate (Le Grand Meulnes) And The Happiness Right Beside Us

“Everyone Should Have Watercolors, Magnetic Poetry, And A Harmonica.”

The Perks And Problems Of Reading About A Wallflower

Diving Into Lemire’s Underwater Welder

Blue Is The Warmest Color: Best Graphic Novel Love Story

Satrapi’s Persepolis And The Elegance Of The Simple, Well-Told Story

Faber’s Crimson Petal… Jack London It Ain’t

There Is A Path For Each Of Us, And It Is Marked

Love Should Uplift, Not Bring Down

The Comedy Of Neil Simon In Retrospect

Patrick deWitt’s ABLUTIONS: Character Sketches Of Sketchy Characters

On Walter Tevis: Queen’s Gambit Declined, Thank You

Josh Ritter’s Bright’s Passage: Languid, Rural, WWI-Era Prose

I Wish I Had Missed The Last Exit To Brooklyn

Lauren Groff And The Need For Artist As Storyteller

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