Here I have a confession to make. It’s not something that’s easy to explain, but here goes. After two days of nearly constant religious instruction, songs, worship, and praise — […]
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At a time when most of us must be thoroughly exhausted with political commentary, analysis, diagnosis, the form is given improbable new life by Matt Taibbi, a fearless writer for […]
Augusten Burroughs has made me laugh several times. His teenage memoir Running With Scissors, very different from the atrocious film, has a self-awareness and humor only an author like Burroughs […]
Just in — High Desert Journal, spring 2008. This issue — it’s stellar — includes a piece by Debra Magpie Earling — “The Lost Journals of Sacajawea” — as well […]
I am so happy to see this book, first published in 1965, back in print from HarperCollins. Don Robertson (who died in 1999) wrote fiercely, with great clarity and bravery […]
From The Gathering, by Anne Enright: Some days I don’t remember my mother. I look at her photograph and she escapes me. Or I see her on a Sunday, after […]