Author’s Comic Novel Imbued with Devilish Sense of Humor
The author’s comic novel is imbued with a devilish sense of humor.
Plot Meanders in Keith Gessen’s Novel, But Writing Is Great
The plot meanders in Keith Gessen’s novel, but the writing is so great most readers won’t mind.
U.S. Poet Laureate Talks Community, Consideration, and Revelation
U.S. poet laureate talks community, consideration, and revelation.
Comics Scholar’s Book is Social, Cultural History
Comics scholar’s new book reads like a social and cultural history of the United States over the past 80 years.
Donald Hall’s Short Essays on Aging, Family
Donald Hall maintains a light touch with his material, highlighting the comedy of his situation.
SBCC Prof Writes Book About Anaïs Nin
SBCC English professor writes book about Anaïs Nin.
Jonathan Lethem’s Novel Follows Mystery in Off-the-Grid Community
Jonathan Lethem’s novel follows mystery in off-the-grid community.
Author/Editors Talk Piecing Together New Ecopoetry Anthology
Author/Editors talk piecing together new ecopoetry anthology.
Seven Readings Over 10 Days
Seven readings over 10 days — a mad dash in service of poetry.
Stephen Greenblatt’s Book Makes Allusions to Trump
Stephen Greenblatt has written a book about Donald Trump’s presidency without ever mentioning him by name.