A work of absurdist art that entertains, but also carries a surprisingly grown-up message about taking responsibility for the state of our politics.
Tag: Coming of Age
Fairy tales—like Li’s Book of Goose—are so scary because there is no cushion between you and the will of the world, no room for mistakes.
“Oreo” is not the easiest read, but it is a book that is, in many ways, written against ease.
Britain’s “Second City” profited from shipbuilding and the slave trade, but has slowly declined for decades. What should Glasgow’s future hold?
What does it mean to write—and read—an American novel in the wake of anti-Asian racism and hate crimes, events connected to a history of Asian exclusion?
The July 1960 issue of Esquire—dedicated to New York City—included ...