Stan Persky’s mini-memoir about Attila Richard Lukacs’s Polaroid studies.
Stan Persky re-reads the first great American novel of the millennium.
Why we shouldn’t be so quick to eulogize the daily newspaper.
Brian Fawcett reads a strange and readable book.
Stan Persky considers literary endgames.
Margaret Randall casts a worried eye on the direction that the birds are flying.
Norbert Ruebsaat on fathers and sons.
Stan Persky reads George Stanley’s Vancouver: A Poem, and thinks about “The darkness of the mind & the darkness of death, / & in between the bright day, bright city.”
John Harris examines Conrad Black’s treatment of F.D.R. and finds some surprises.
Brian Fawcett on nervously believing in Obama.