Film Review: “Southbound” — Going Nowhere

February 12, 2016
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It’s Twilight Zone eerie, as we embark on an anthology film of connected horror stories all happening on the Lost Highway.

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Fuse Book Interview: James Shapiro on America’s Complicated Relationship With Shakespeare

May 1, 2014
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“Americans have been most drawn to the great tragedies—in our classroom and on our stages. “

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Poetry Review: Expanding the Power of Verse — The FSG Book of Twentieth-Century Latin American Poetry

June 15, 2012
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One feels when reading this anthology of Latin American poetry that editor Ilan Stavans tucks each poet he features into a folder, but that this categorization, while limiting, also encourages an English-speaking readership to appreciate the eye-opening diversity of Latin American poetry.

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Fuse Book Interview: George Kimball Takes The Library of America to The Fights

April 2, 2011
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Jack London was rather like Norman Mailer in that he thought of himself, and tried to write like, a boxer who happened to write. They were both often full of shit, but that’s the perspective they tried to convey.

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