Articles of Note

Technological change can make even recent “contemporary” fiction feel dated. So writers of literary works are increasingly setting them in the future... more »

New Books

Exophonic writers, who write in a language other than their native one, are an odd bunch — perhaps none more so than the Surrealist, spectral Leonora Carrington... more »

Essays & Opinions

W.G. Sebald is famous for his Holocaust writing, depiction of vacant landscapes, and sense of drifting melancholy. But comedy was key to his brilliance... more »