Author Archives: Ryan Michael Williams

Ryan Michael Williams

Ryan Michael Williams is a writer and librarian. His book reviews have appeared in Rain Taxi, The Quarterly Conversation, ForeWord, and on PopMatters.com. He blogs intermittently at http://goodreadings.wordpress.com.

The Humbling by Philip Roth

It would be an understatement to say that Roth has never excelled at writing women characters.

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Of Song and Water by Joseph Coulson

Throughout the novel, Coulson’s narration slips fluidly between the perspectives of the three generations of Moore men, jumbling timelines and storylines without much fuss over which parts belong to the present and which to the past.

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