Winner of the Pulitzer Prize, National Book Award and Irish Times Fiction Prize-winner for The Shipping News; author of the short story, Brokeback Mountain, from which the Academy Award-winning movie was made
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David Rieff discusses “Divorcing” by Susan Taubes: the reimagined end of an autobiographical marriage.
Brit Bennett pushes questions of race and color to their extremes in her new novel, The Vanishing Half.
Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore’s new book “The Freezer Door” explores the idea of radical visions not predicated on dominant forms.
Abigail Disney’s father Roy was Walt's nephew. For her, being a Disney came with so much baggage that she almost ditched the name altogether.
from The Business
This week’s picks include paintings that encapsulate all the feels of 2020; mixed media paintings that focus on fatherhood and resilience; and paintings of dog shows that let the dogs…
from Arts & Culture Stories
"Ma Rainey's Black Bottom" stars Viola Davis as the great blues singer of the title and Chadwick Boseman, brilliant in his final performance as the cornetist in a quartet that…
from Film Reviews
Dunce, by Mary Ruefle, finds meaning everywhere.
Five years ago, an old well casing broke at the SoCalGas-owned Aliso Canyon gas storage facility near Porter Ranch, Los Angeles.
from Greater LA
Writer-director Eugene Ashe’s new take on an old-fashioned love story.
from The Treatment