Dreamland, by Sam Quinones, is the story of a nation gone berserk, a harrowing, fear-inducing…
Janet Calhoun spent five years writing her memoir and another five years deciding whether or not to “stand naked” in public by publishing it. Hoping that one revelatory journey might add perspectives that would soften the journeys of others, “standing naked” won out.
Dear Mister Essay Writer Guy is a droll, delicious exposé of the inner workings of Moore’s mind. Oh, and it’s a writing tutorial as well. It is a writer’s must-read.
Dear You, a combination of poetry and memoir by Wade Stevenson, is one of the most exposed, unrelenting, and heart-breaking pieces on longing that I’ve read.
A Confederacy of Dunces won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction in 1981. One can only imagine how many other books Toole would have written but we are left with only this gem as well as his first, The Neon Bible.