Warren Slesinger’s approach to poetry is experimental but skillful as well as entertaining.
Set in Boston’s rock scene during the ’80s, the mystery World Enough serves up plenty of compelling entertainment.
Tom Perrotta zeroes in on liberal pieties, a sure way to spice up the fun he has with our current cultural obsessions.
Naomi Klein argues that the more anxious we are, the more vulnerable we are to politically opportunistic manipulation.
Unfortunately, poetry doesn’t sell and doesn’t get made into movies.