Claire Fullerton’s Mourning Dove.
One could put together a mighty fine shelf of novels set in Memphis. To name just a few: September, September by Shelby Foote. Good
Christina Dalcher’s Vox.
Sixteen-thousand words. That's how many words, on average, most people speak in a day. Sixteen-thousand chances to say "I love you," "I'm sorry," or
Inman Majors’ Penelope Lemon: Game On!
My esteemed colleague and friend, the late Leonard Gill, in these pages, said this about an earlier novel by Inman Majors: "Until Wonderdog's climactic
Just when you thought absurdist, humorous fiction was dead, along comes this American Raymond Queneau, T. Sean Steele, with this, his first novel (actually
Let's talk about voice in fiction. Sometimes what's meant by voice is the author's style. Think of Hemingway, Joyce, Nabokov, Faulkner, Graham Greene, Virginia
Jean Rhys is one of my favorite writers. Her early autobiographical novels are singular depictions of marginalized lives, the lives of women in a