On Andrew Sean Greer’s funny new novel.

On Andrew Sean Greer’s funny new novel.

How amiable and witty this is, its wit as dry as the clicking of a clock. Insert joke here: Blank is easy; comedy is

The Center for Southern Literary Arts’ grand vision.

Last December in this space, I wrote out my Christmas list with a one-item wish: that a single nonprofit would come to the forefront

Talking to the Tillinghast brothers.

Richard Tillinghast and David Tillinghast are brothers, poets, and children of Memphis. Richard is the author of Journeys Into the Mind: A Book of

Frank Murtaugh's Trey's Company

For these kids of summer, life will never be the same.
I remember the exhilaration that came with the snap of the match head on the striking surface and the first whiff of sulfur. I

Hey Hey: On Mike Nesmith’s memoir Infinite Tuesday

Things I knew about Mike Nesmith before reading this book: He was the best songwriter and most interesting persona in the Monkees. His mother
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