Elizabeth Harrower: “Alice”
This week’s New Yorker fiction is “Alice,” by Elizabeth Harrower. Harrower, now in her late 80s, stopped writing fiction approximately 45 years ago, around the same time that she pulled her final book from publication. This story was written sometime back when she was actively writing, but it’s only making its way to us now (fantastic to say that about a piece of New Yorker fiction two weeks in a row!). Read the full post
The Eclipse Viewer Episode 24: Kinoshita and World War II
David and Trevor are back with The Eclipse Viewer 24: Kinoshita and World War II. Read the full post and get the link to the podcast.
CriterionCast Episode 153: Dino Rossi’s Il Sorpasso
Once again, I had the great pleasure of joining Scott Nye and David Blakeslee over at The CriterionCast, this time to discuss Dino Rossi’s 1962 film, Il Sorpasso. Read the full post and find a link to the podcast.