Everyone should read 'The War on Women' because such accounts of real, everyday suffering, abuse and oppression teach us just how real and how systemic this war is.
To do just the one thing is such an obvious piece of wisdom, but it is often forgotten. Upon finishing 'Stoner: A Novel', it seemed pertinent that writing this post be the one thing I do.
My review of Jonathan Lethem's 'The Ecstasy of Influence' may have been quite little, but the thoughts it sparked were a quite big. So hop on board this train of thought about influence and intimidation.
Finally I can offer a little review of Jonathan Lethem's 'The Ecstasy of Influence' because I have at long last finished it. It only took me two and a half years.
Welcome, one and all, to 2015. It's the year of adventure and I am back (with gay abandon) to typing in my notebook.
The New Yorker in the bath, writing gloves, Greg Proops and all the things that do and will have one particular thing in common.
Chuck Palahniuk, cheesecake and a sofa...does it get any better?
Arresting. Emotionally wrenching. Gripping. Brilliant: my first venture outside the 2013 book bubble.
Making a non-New Year's resolution to step boldly outside of my literary comfort zone.