Meet Rusty from Commonwealth Books in Boston. He’s a magic creature who helped lead me to a really pretty collection of essays on Edith Wharton (edited by Irving Howe), that was right next to the leather chair which obviously belongs to him.
- “The Best Critique is Self Critique”: Talking “Endless Scroll” and Alienation With BODEGA
- Bodies, War, and Sorrow: A Review of Katie Jean Shinkle’s “Ruination”
- The Star War Against Cliché: On Malcolm Mc Neill’s “Tetra”
- Aphrodisiacs and Flaming Arrows: A Review of Andrew J. Stone’s “All Hail the House Gods”