An Innovative Exploration of Death in Fiction
December 01, 2014
A German novel comes to American shores.
Americans Finally Have the Chance to Read the Haunting Fiction of this Year's Nobel Prize Winner
November 10, 2014
If you want to know what the new Nobel Laureate for Literature is all about, read this new translation.
The Metaphysical Case for Abolishing Political Parties
September 03, 2014
Do political parties corrupt the souls of their members?
Stefan Zweig is much more than "the Pepsi of Austrian of writing."
Finally, a TV Show That Truly Takes Religion Seriously
August 05, 2014
Would it take the Rapture for Americans to turn back to faith?
There's a long list of famous writers (Tolstoy!) who insulted Shakespeare's work.
It is the rare new book of poetry that is entirely alive, entirely aloft.
How to make poetry relevant again.
Opinion journalism—which is what a book review is—can not be subject to some kind of impartial standard of correctness.
There's a long, strange history of made up shoah diaries. Why do we repeatedly fall for them?