Reviews of chapbooks by Kelly Scarff and Eric M.R. Webb

Reviews of chapbooks by Kelly Scarff and Eric M.R. Webb

Scarff’s Mother Russia is especially compelling

A review of Stewart O’Nan’s compelling new novel, City of Secrets

What makes the book so interesting is its dimensionality

Len Barcousky’s Hidden History of Pittsburgh edifies and amuses

History buff unearths little-remembered episodes and connections

Geek Parenting is a golden ticket to the nerd zeitgeist

Stephen H. Segal and Valya Dudycz’s book takes advice from pop-cultural touchstones and oddities alike

Local author Dorit Sasson explores her experiences volunteering for the Israel Defense Forces

“It was a complete accident that I got inducted in the IDF.”

A Conversation with Novelist Jennifer Haigh

“Whatever personal feelings I have about fracking were constantly changing as I wrote this book.”

Knitting the Andy Warhol Bridge is Ann Curran’s observant valentine to a city

The poet is a local in the best sense

Maggie Leffler discusses what it took to complete and publish her new novel

Secrets of Flight connects a contemporary teen-ager to a World War II woman pilot

An Ambridge kid looks back in Rust Belt Boy

Paul Hertneky’s memoir excavates his hometown’s past


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