Grandma and Me‘In families like mine, grandmothers loom large as yetis.’ Unfulfilled expectations, spite and Grandma in a story by Thomas McGuane.
Blazing Sun‘That is why, in December, when the smell of approaching rain reaches my nostrils, I am filled with genuine joy: the joy of things that are about to happen.’ Tatiana Salem Levy on Rio de Janeiro.
Zagreb‘I sometimes think nostalgically of a distant totalitarian year I spent in Moscow.’ Dubravka Ugrešić on surviving the Serbo-Croatian war.
Kevin Breathnach is on the verge of cracking up. An excerpt from the book Tunnel Vision.
A story from Terese Svoboda’s new collection, Great American Desert.
Martin Goodman | Notes on Craft
Martin Goodman on why it took him twenty years to write his latest novel.
Margaret Atwood on her friend and editor, Diana Athill.