Steven Price creates a mid-twentieth century world that is filled with the same kind of conflicts that Lampedusa himself confronted in writing The Leopard, his great novel about nineteenth century Italy.
In this seemingly modest, but beautifully constructed and deeply moving play, Donald Margulies has tackled some of the thorniest questions of our time.
To have such a remarkably courageous voice as Lucette Lagnado’s silenced forever at such a young age is, simply, not fair.
In Extremis is required reading not only for anyone interested in war, but for anyone interested in how an unusual woman makes her way in the world.
This consistently interesting novel adds an unforgettable dimension to an historical event about which we thought we knew all there was to know.
Although Anthony Powell’s stock has gone down since he died in 2000, I hope that this new biography will spark interest in A Dance to the Music of Time.
What impressed me most about these two different women is they were both products of an America which values determination and wit and intelligence, as well as opportunity.
In Washington Black novelist Esi Edugyan has defied the cliché of the escaped slave discovering freedom.
Deborah Eisenberg’s stories pull you in and imitate life in an uncanny way.
It is heart-warming that, in these “worst of times,” playwrights like Carey Crim are working quietly to give us a look at new beginnings with humor and tenderness and hope.