I’m a bit weary of these problems I’m facing.
Herein a reflection of a friend and some accoutrements necessary for a proper discussion.
Herein an appreciation of my religious surroundings.
Some sad tales about the man who owned a tobacco pipe that was recently given to me.
Herein a meditation on clothes that don’t fit.
Loveless is the second studio album by alternative rock band My Bloody Valentine.
A lonely writer develops an unlikely relationship with his newly purchased operating system that’s designed to meet his every need.
“What we lost when she died is bitter. What we have is astonishing: the stories burn brighter than ever, and strike deeper.”—Walter Clemons
Repeat after me: Go to work and do your job. Care for your children. Pay your bills. Obey the law. Buy products.
Long before there were creative-writing workshops and degrees, how did aspiring writers learn to write? By reading the work of their predecessors and contemporaries.
Herein a burden that can’t be shared.
Why are you poor? That was the simple yet groundbreaking question William T. Vollmann asked in cities and villages around the globe. The result of Vollmann’s fearless inquiry is a view of poverty unlike any previously offered.
Gilead is the fictional autobiography of John Ames, an elderly congregationalist pastor in the small, secluded town of Gilead, Iowa who knows that he is dying of a heart condition. At the beginning of the book, it is 1957, and Ames explains that he is writing an account of his life for his seven-year-old son, who will have few memories of him.
Nine Stories is a collection of short stories by American fiction writer J. D. Salinger released in May 1953.
Naomi Klein explores the effects of Milton Friedman’s neoliberal fantasies on the modern political and economic landscapes.