Because literature gave and continues to shower a universe of enlightenment to my life so far, sharing my reading experiences and thoughts is a form of personal mission. Along the way, I share the authors whose works enrich my reading life. One of those authors is the late Carol Shields. You rarely see a Carol […]
Now retired and reacquainted with the enigmatic woman with whom he first professed love, Tony Webster recalls the 1960s. He was a student, a young lad who formed friendship with boys who are, like himself, curious and sex-hungry, marked by ideals borrowed from literature though often too lazy hence easily outran by the mundane, and […]
This is a review of Jess Walter’s novel, Beautiful Ruins.