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A Romanian Daedalus’ Surrealist Labyrinth: On Mircea Cărtărescu’s “Solenoid”
Ben Hooyman reviews Mircea Cărtărescu’s “Solenoid.”...See the Story
A Garden in This Wretched World: On László Krasznahorkai’s “A Mountain to the North, a Lake to the South, Paths to the West, a River to the East”
Cory Oldweiler reviews Ottilie Mulzet’s new translation of László Krasznahorkai’s “A Mountain to the North, a Lake to the South, Paths to the West, a River to the East.”...See the Story
When a Girl Is a Gun: On Joanna Walsh’s “My Life as a Godard Movie”
In her second book of 2022, My Life as a Godard Movie, the prolific British hybridist Joanna Walsh performs her own Parisienne summoning rite. The book asks what is to be done when physical proximity to other people entails an attendant contiguousness of our own possible deaths.See the Story
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The Truth Was Out There: On the Legacy of Art Bell
Art Bell hosted Coast to Coast AM for nearly a decade. He famously dealt in paranormal, conspiratorial, and supernatural themes. Bell's life and tenure reflected the social and political landscape at the so-called end of history. Bell soothed his listeners by offering them a proxy of self-determination.See the Story
Private Domain: On Ada Calhoun’s “Also a Poet”
Ada Calhoun's attempt to complete the biography of Frank OHara that her father, the late art critic Peter Schjeldahl, never finished. The book is a product of this thwarting: it is a memoir that does surreptitious triple duty. Interviews with Norman Bluhm, Willem de Kooning, and Larry Rivers recreate the hyper-garde atmosphere of the 1960s.See the Story
Nada Que Ver: On Julián Cardona and Alice Leora Briggs’s “Abecedario de Juárez”
José Luis Benavides reviews “Abecedario de Juárez: An Illustrated Lexicon” by Julián Cardona and Alice Leora Briggs, with translations by Alice L. Driver....See the Story
Stine Still Scares: A Conversation with R. L. Stine
Stinetinglers: All New Stories by the Master of Scary Tales. November 20, 2022 " R. L. Stine talks about three decades of Goosebumps, his approach to craft, and how his 42-year-old son has still never read any of his dad's books.See the Story
A Precarious Peace: On David Mason’s “Pacific Light”
David Mason curates the archipelago of intensely satisfying lyric poems in Pacific Light with the skill of a consummate storyteller. The collection is rich in these details, providing readers with a definite sense of place, yet at the same time, like the birds of the air, we are forever in flux.See the Story
Brand America: 100 Years of PENs
Esther Allen was invited to an Emergency World Voices Congress of Writers. The event was held to celebrate the centennial of PEN America. Allen: The rhetoric at the event hit a cruising altitude of about 30,000 feet. The agenda of the event consisted of two questions: What are the threats that most warrant our concentrated focus?See the Story
Refuge Through Insurrection: On M. E. O’Brien and Eman Abdelhadi’s “Everything for Everyone”
Shinjini Dey reviews M. E. O’Brien and Eman Abdelhadi’s “Everything for Everyone.”...See the Story