A review of Geeta Kothari’s debut story collection, <i>I Brake For Moose</i>

A review of Geeta Kothari’s debut story collection, I Brake For Moose

While many of these stories end hopefully, there’s also a sense of fate at play.

Five Questions with Colm Tóibín

“A contemporary novel doesn’t lend itself to heroism.”

Two new books combine poetry and art

Reviews of Under the Kaufmann’s Clock and The 4 Seasons

A conversation with Jonathan Safran Foer

Author discusses his latest novel, Here I Am

ToonSeum adding classes for youths

First sessions to begin later in June

Author and investor Jeff Gramm on shareholder activism

“Activism can be sanctimonious, but the moral outrage can also be sincere.”

The state of American magazines and more at Creative Nonfiction’s Writers’ Conference

We check in with editors at The New Yorker and Harper’s

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.”

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