The most recent addition to the complete review is my review of Yuz Aleshkovsky's Nikolai Nikolaevich and Camouflage , two short novels, recently out from Columbia University Press in their Russian Library-series.
I WAS BORN AND RAISED a farmer’s son in Fresno and currently live here, working seasonally in the wine industry. But Los Angeles was home for most of my life, and whenever I learned that friends were ... Read more
IN 1965, the Czech writer Bohumil Hrabal bought a small house in Kersko, an hour east of Prague. He had begun to see some success as a writer, and sought privacy and respite, as well as some space bet ... Read more
Female-focused isekai Watashi, Nouryoku wa Heikinchi de tte Itta yo ne has doled out a minimal amount of maid service before transitioning to the girls throwing themselves at a wyvern, the episode the ... Read more
The war reporter’s candid correspondence with her husband, family and friends underlines her courage and fight for recognition Women are not welcome on the frontline, wrote famed war correspondent Mar ... Read more
The Dutch-born, self-taught photographer’s style is abstract yet sharp, with a focus on detail and a preference for portraits and nudes, with a hint of surrealism Hidden by Bastiaan Woudt is at the Bi ... Read more
In June 2019, the small Texas town of Waskom declared itself a “Sanctuary City for the Unborn.” The post Sanctuaries Protecting Gun Rights and the Unborn Challenge the Legitimacy and Role of Federal L ... Read more