Matt Borondy: Felicia Sullivan’s The Sky isn’t Visible from Here; The Collected Stories of Amy Hempel; and three random picks from the Burlington library (I just got a library card for the first time in five years): How to be Alone by Jonathan Franzen, Back on the Fire by Gary Snyder, and The Best American […]
Tag Archives: Nonfiction
“And this one is called The Year of Magical Thinking, by Joan Didion, and it’s about… Well, it’s about death.”
I’ve been doing a lot more editing than reading lately, but I’m hoping to soon return soon to Lyanda Lynn Haupt’s Pilgrim on the Great Bird Continent: The Importance of Everything and Other Lessons from Darwin’s Lost Notebooks and James Baldwin’s Notes of a Native Son, to say nothing of the backlog of magazines piling […]
James Frey gave the public what it was looking for, and was probably a little more subject to its whim than he realized.
Welcome to the Vanishing Point: A Shadow in the City: Confessions of an Undercover Drug Warrior by Charles Bowden
O’Shay wants to retire from his job. He wants to walk away from what has become too easy for him—getting close to his enemies and then destroying them.
Colette LaBouff reviews First There Is a Mountain: A Yoga Romance by Elizabeth Kadetsky