This week's New Yorker fiction is Pat Barker's "Medusa."
It's the weekend. I hope you're having a wonderful one! Here are some random thoughts.
Next up for Trevor and Betsy's exploration of Alice Munro's work is "Cortes Island," from The Love of a Good Woman.
I accidentally read Muriel Spark's 1981 novel, Loitering with Intent. Here are my thoughts.
There are some good books coming out this month. Here are some I am excited about.
This week's New Yorker fiction is "Lulu," by Te-Ping Chen.
Trevor and Betsy look at Alice Munro's "Jakarta," from The Love of a Good Woman.
For all of its flaws, Edgar G. Ulmer's 1945 film noir, Detour, is an engaging, provocative classic. The Criterion Collection released a new restoration on home video this month.
This week's New Yorker story is Colson Whitehead's "The Match."
It's the weekend, and here are some random thoughts. Please pop in and let me know how the first days of spring are treating you!