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River of Fire: A Review

September 15, 2019

River of Fire demonstrates the continuity of all human experience—its joys and its miseries alike.

Checking Into Hotel Swampland: A Review

September 1, 2019

“Time and again Felice shows us that darkness does not have to overshadow our lives and dark humor coupled with a bit of hope might just sustain us.”

Inhabited Symbols: A Review of The English Boat by Donald Revell

July 1, 2019

by JESSICA DREXEL Donald Revell, The English Boat (Alice James, 2018), pp. 100 “…Straight path along the dusky path homewards Ordinariness spent no otherwise Labor and bafflement without ending Green corduroy copper hair then eyes Wild with tangling underwood pleasure … Continued

Chekhov: Stories for Our Time: A Review

June 17, 2019

by TARAS V. MIKHAILIUK Anton Chekhov, Chekhov: Stories for Our Time. Translated from the Russian by Constance Garnett, Ilan Stavans, and Alexander Gurvets (Restless Books, 2018), pp. 344. To review an edition of Anton Chekhov’s stories is an honor I … Continued

The Fox and Dr. Shimamura: A Review

May 13, 2019

by CAOIMHE A. HARLOCK Christine Wunnicke, The Fox and Dr. Shimamura (New Directions, 2019), pp. 160 Christine Wunnicke’s The Fox and Dr. Shimamura (2019, New Directions) is a novel that blends science and the supernatural, East and West, past and future. It … Continued