Author Archives: Daniel Green

Daniel Green

Daniel Green is a literary critic whose reviews and essays have appeared in a variety of publications. He also maintains the literary weblog The Reading Experience.

Meaning’s Music: A Review of William H. Gass’s Middle C

Middle C by William H. Gass

Gass’s new novel, Middle C, is likely to strike most readers as less dependent on language games, but such an impression would ultimately be only superficial.

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A Dreamy Look: A Review of Diane Williams’s Vicky Swanky Is a Beauty

Vicky Swanky cover

If flash fiction appeals to a new, attenuated attention span among some readers, Diane Williams’s stories reward expanded attention and encourage rereading.

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