This week's New Yorker fiction is Patricia Lockwood's "The Winged Thing."
Claudia Weill's 1978 film, Girlfriends, was recently released on home video by The Criterion Collection. I strongly recommend it!
The winner of the 2020 Booker Prize has been announced . . . and I am thrilled with the result!
This week's story is Salman Rushdie's "The Old Man in the Piazza."
The Criterion Collection has announced what they'll be releasing in February of 2021.
This week's New Yorker story is "Hansa and Gretyl and Piece of Shit," by Rebecca Curtis.
This week's New Yorker story is "Ghoul," by George Saunders.
Don DeLillo's latest novella The Silence is brilliant but dull . . . not that I think DeLillo cares. It's worth a look for sure.
This week's New Yorker story is, fittingly, from Curtis Sittenfeld. "A for Alone" is a political story inspired by Mike Pence.
Stephen Frears's 1984 crime film The Hit makes its way onto Blu-ray from The Criterion Collection this week. It's a great vehicle for its two stars, Terence Stamp and John Hurt, and a film that surprised me again and again.