Posts Tagged: Issue 6

Leaders and Outcasts

Once in a while a remarkable debut in fiction comes along. All That I Am is one of these books. Set during the rise of Nazi occupation of Germany in the late 1920s, Anna Funder tells the true story of

Leaders and Outcasts

Once in a while a remarkable debut in fiction comes along. All That I Am is one of these books. Set during the rise of Nazi occupation of Germany in the late 1920s, Anna Funder tells the true story of

Who Decides the Rhetoric of Resistance? A review of 'From the Ruins of Empire'

Pankaj Mishra’s From the Ruins of Empire is the history of native journalists, academics, writers, and revolutionaries who sought to forge new national and religious identities during the twilight of European imperialism. As the world enters the 21st century, pundits

Who Decides the Rhetoric of Resistance? A review of 'From the Ruins of Empire'

Pankaj Mishra’s From the Ruins of Empire is the history of native journalists, academics, writers, and revolutionaries who sought to forge new national and religious identities during the twilight of European imperialism. As the world enters the 21st century, pundits

As Impalpable as Energy: Freedom and Possibility in Clarice Lispector's First Novel

by Pat Finn

Clarice Lispector is arguably one of Brazil’s most important novelists. Pat Finn writes about her first novel, its unforgettable protagonist, and the renouncement of fear.

As Impalpable as Energy: Freedom and Possibility in Clarice Lispector's First Novel

by Pat Finn

Clarice Lispector is arguably one of Brazil’s most important novelists. Pat Finn writes about her first novel, its unforgettable protagonist, and the renouncement of fear.

Publishing in Slovenia

by Noah Charney

Author and self-proclaimed Slovenophile Noah Charney spotlights Slovenia’s publishing culture – a radically different, equally fascinating, and rapidly progressing industry.

Publishing in Slovenia

by Noah Charney

Author and self-proclaimed Slovenophile Noah Charney spotlights Slovenia’s publishing culture – a radically different, equally fascinating, and rapidly progressing industry.

A Conversation with Matthew Vollmer

  Matthew Vollmer is the author of two short story collections: the critically lauded Future Missionaries of America, a beautifully crafted sampling of spiritual longing and religious legacies amidst the lives of contemporary Americans, and, still fresh from the presses,

A Conversation with Matthew Vollmer

  Matthew Vollmer is the author of two short story collections: the critically lauded Future Missionaries of America, a beautifully crafted sampling of spiritual longing and religious legacies amidst the lives of contemporary Americans, and, still fresh from the presses,

Comedy and Commentary: Musings, Irreverence, and Culture in the Fictional Land of Puchai

In The Festival of Earthly Delights, Matt Dojny tells the story of American twentysomething Boyd Darrow’s journey to the fictional nation of Puchai, a Frankenstinian amalgamation of unspecified southeast Asian customs, cultures, stereotypes, and landscapes. The book’s most basic premise

Comedy and Commentary: Musings, Irreverence, and Culture in the Fictional Land of Puchai

In The Festival of Earthly Delights, Matt Dojny tells the story of American twentysomething Boyd Darrow’s journey to the fictional nation of Puchai, a Frankenstinian amalgamation of unspecified southeast Asian customs, cultures, stereotypes, and landscapes. The book’s most basic premise

As It Is On Earth by Peter M. Wheelright

The Melancholia of Deep Time Review by Joseph Salvatore Early on in Peter M. Wheelwright’s debut novel As It Is On Earth, the narrator Taylor Thatcher’s father dies.  With nods to Kierkegaard and William James, Taylor reflects on his father’s

As It Is On Earth by Peter M. Wheelright

The Melancholia of Deep Time Review by Joseph Salvatore Early on in Peter M. Wheelwright’s debut novel As It Is On Earth, the narrator Taylor Thatcher’s father dies.  With nods to Kierkegaard and William James, Taylor reflects on his father’s