Judith Robinson’s <i>Carousel</i>

Judith Robinson’s Carousel

Poetry and fiction explores loss and the past

Local author publishes deeply personal journey into ethical eating

“We Honor These Animals, For By Their Death, We Gain Life.”

Jacob Bacharach’s second novel builds on the promise of his first

If the novel’s surface is glossily fun, Bacharach obviously also has deeper concerns

A new book chronicles storied Schenley High School

Author Jake Oresick discusses The Schenley Experiment

Poet Barbara Edelman’s debut collection explores the experiences of adult children and aging parents

“My mother is short, my mother is bent, / my mother is sick of living.”

A Conversation with Joyce Carol Oates

“In retrospect, the novel feels prophetic — but I wish it had not been.”

Exploring modern mothering through an economic lens

The knowledge that neoliberalism makes economic insecurity indivisible from motherhood today is central to Mothering Through Precarity.

Poet Kayla Sargeson’s full-length debut

In these poems, nothing is out of bounds

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