In the Washington Post
Reviews of: “The Sisters of Sinai,” by Janet Soskice “To Wake the Dead,” by Marina Belozerskaya “Gilded Youth,” by Kate Cambor “Tales of Wonder,” by Huston Smith
Cover story from the Monitor magazine
Runs a bit long, with no breaks – read at your own risk.
Reviews of the following titles: “The Informers,” by Juan Gabriel Vásquez “The Magicians,” by Lev Grossman “Floodmarkers,” by Nic Brown
In the Los Angeles Times
A long essay on Ernest Hemingway and F. Scott Fitzgerald.
In the Boston Globe
A review of “Infinity Blues,” by Ryan Adams. Back in the day, when I was writing a lot more about music, I covered an Adams show out in Somerville.
In the Virginia Quarterly Review
I have a short piece on “Brooklyn,” by Colm Tóibín. About halfway down this page. In the fall issue, which should hit stands soon, I review Jonathan Lethem’s “Chronic City”; in the winter issue, I’ll be writing about “Mathilda Savitch.”
In PRINT magazine
A piece on Adrian Tomine and Yoshihiro Tatsumi. But it’s not online. Sorry.
In the Barnes and Noble Review
The B+N Review got a new site, and it looks like some of the old content is lost. My essay on Ninni Holmqvist’s “The Unit” is now hosted on the central B+N site.
In the Monitor
An older piece on John Cheever.
An old essay on Hans Fallada that I wrote for Nextbook – which subsequently became Tablet.