Linn Ullmann: “Time for the Eyes to Adjust”

This week's New Yorker story is Linn Ullmann's "Time for the Eyes to Adjust," translated from the Norwegian by Thilo Reinhard. Where I was expecting something independent of her famous parents, what we get here is a deep exploration of the author's life as the daughter of Ingmar Bergman and Liv Ullmann.

By |2018-12-10T14:44:18+00:00December 10th, 2018|Categories: Linn Ullmann, New Yorker Fiction|Tags: |5 Comments

Jean Stafford: “Children Are Bored on Sunday”

This week The New Yorker published two stories from their archive as part of their "Holliday Reading" issue. Here we have Jean Stafford's "Children Are Bored on Sunday," which was originally published in the February 21, 1948 issue of the magazine.

By |2018-11-26T14:12:59+00:00November 26th, 2018|Categories: Jean Stafford, New Yorker Fiction|Tags: , |2 Comments

John Updike: “Snowing in Greenwich Village”

This week The New Yorker published two stories from their archive as part of their "Holliday Reading" issue. Here we have John Updike's "Snowing in Greenwich Village," which was originally published in the January 21, 1956 issue of the magazine.

By |2018-11-26T14:13:27+00:00November 26th, 2018|Categories: John Updike, New Yorker Fiction|Tags: , |4 Comments