Compositions + Podcasts + Miscreants
March: Book One
Laura writes about graphic novels.
We Love Books in Alabama
Monsters, you say?
In which I write a review about “His Excellency: George Washington” by Joseph J. Ellis.
A riveting reflection of melancholy and growth
Good enough doesn’t work for the gods
Ignore the controversy. Ignore the writer’s background, ignore cancel culture, ignore the finger wagging, ignore the hindrances: Is American DirtContinue Reading
Taffy Brodesser-Anker’s debut is wonderful!
What happens when strangers meet? Ask Gladwell.
The mighty EW needs a fix.
No one will claim that Casey Cep doesn’t do her research. In her first book Furious Hours: Murder, Fraud, andContinue Reading
Normal People, Sally Rooney’s second novel, doesn’t sound magical or special in summary: Connell is the popular high school boy,Continue Reading
How often is it that we hear, even from ourselves, the longing for more rest, more sleep? In my houseContinue Reading
The rut of bad movies are done. Summer is almost here. Music is in the air. People are already lookingContinue Reading