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  1. Hotel Malabar

    ... is a weird, gripping, and altogether remarkable poem about America's imperial excesses and the twilight world of espionage in which ... this poem/mystery novel/spy thriller asks questions about human motivation, the nature of truth, and the consequences of secrecy ...

    kraken - September 2016

  2. The Mythical Bill

    ... has written a brave, painfully candid, and loving memoir about her powerfully realized, imposing father. The literary honesty is plain, ... this doubleness, the writer probes a set of questions about how much we shape ourselves and how much we are shaped by forces beyond ...

    athmas - September 2016

  3. Master Class

    ... Are Creative Creatures Diane Wakoski: Good Writing Isn’t about Easy Things Anne Waldman: Have Poetry Be a Practice Richard Wilbur: I ... a True Experience Practice: Interviews with Authors About How They Work Marvin Bell: I Want It to Be True Ivan Doig: Getting It ...

    kraken - September 2016

  4. Exploring Buried Buxton

    ... there and their children and grandchildren who have heard about Buxton all their lives. ... Pattern Ethnicity in Buxton What about Buxton as Utopia?   References Cited Interviews ...

    kraken - September 2016

  5. The Trouble with Sauling Around

    ... and the courage she demonstrates in writing so openly about delicate and politically charged subjects are exactly what make this book ... anticonversion, and deconversion narratives tell us about the problematic effects of religion that often go unremarked because of a ...

    athmas - September 2016

  6. Oppenheimer Is Watching Me

    ... and kings. Jeff Porter writes with equal wit and grace about the Manhattan Project and his family in Tonawanda, about Francis Gary Powers, Fidel Castro, and his Sicilian grandfather. ...

    kraken - September 2016

  7. When War Becomes Personal

    ... no time in our history have we needed more to talk and think about war and its connections to our culture, arts, and soul. These essays are ... know what they are capable of destroying; when they write about war, they are trying to preserve the world. ...

    kraken - September 2016

  8. What Happens Next?

    ... is a master of the telling detail. This is a beautiful book about mortal matters and the great lessons of time that are written on the ... What is life about but the continuous posing of the questions: what happens next, and what ...

    athmas - September 2016

  9. Picturing Utopia

    ... to tell the world mired in the upheavals of the 1890s about a kinder way of life. She easily won the trust of the community and began publishing photographs and articles about the society she so admired. Soon after, several Amana members ignored ...

    kraken - September 2016

  10. Whose World Is This?

    ... and the lurking possibility of found. These are not stories about diets, designer jeans, and bad boyfriends; these are stories that ... blow drugs and boys, advise friends who are dying of aids about pennies in penny loafers, write letters to Caroline Kennedy, and fall in ...

    kraken - September 2016