If you care to peruse our fine selection of literary journals, you may come across the following in these new arrivals: In Harvard Review (#36) a story by Sarah A. […]
Dorothy Allison on place: [pg. 11] You were in that room with him when he said no, he did not want you, and you walked out of the room and […]
From this week’s New Yorker fiction: He walked up the flag steps, through the unlocked door, and into a broad hall. It was an echoing house of frighteningly tall rooms […]
The story by Erika Fredrickson of the Missoula Independent. The story by Jamie Kelly of the Missoulian.
[pg. 78-79] Cat sister say, “Hey, Pygmy, want to do me a big, big favor?” From distance across worship shrine, Magda eyeball this agent and host sister. Whisper of cat […]
Kevin Baker writes in the July issue of Harper’s: Obama’s failure would be unthinkable. And yet the best indications now are that he will fail, because he will be unable […]
And in paperback: