Sometimes I become frustrated with writing, when I know a photograph would communicate in an instant what I want to express, while prose will take five thousand words, and those five thousand words won’t come close. But then words, one after another after another, can expose layers that no photograph can reveal.
by Rob Jacklosky
“It’s funny what you remember. What gets caught there,” the grandmother says to the protagonist of “The Snow Behind the Door.” In Wallace’s stories, literal things are caught in memory, often in the form of images.
by Juhi Singhal Karan
Balmy air and blue skies beckon. . . . Here, for your consideration, are five shiny new stories that have just been released or will be released this summer.
by Vicraj Gill
At the LA Review of Books, Eric Obenauf . . . argues that future judges of literary awards should be more diverse with their choices, branching out beyond those titles published and venerated by mainstream venues.