The Orwell Reader: Fiction, Essays, and Reportage
Jesse Kornbluth reviews A Village Lost and Found by Brian May.
Jesse Kornbluth on celebrating two legends.
Who knew quiche could be so dangerous? Jesse Kornbluth reviews MC Beaton’s mystery novel.
Jesse Kornbluth on Allie Brosh’s refreshingly open discussion on depression.
Looking at this year’s Oscar ballot, Jesse Kornbluth is reminded of the time he interviewed Denzel Washington.
In his book, Taylor Branch goes deep into what it was like to live in the age of the Dr. himself.
Jesse Kornbluth reviews Graham Greene: The End Of An Affair.
Jesse Kornbluth recounts his own 21st century version of The Gift of the Magi.
Jesse Kornbluth and Paige Peterson decided to update “A Christmas Carol.” This is what they did.
Jesse Kornbluth reviews grad student Greg Pardlo’s “Digest”.
Jesse Kornbluth on the ideas of Shunryu Suzuki, the Zen monk responsible for bringing Zen to America, and how his ideas on Buddhism and Zen developed.
Jesse Kornbluth on the metaphorical masterpiece that is Todd Walton’s Inside Moves.
Jesse Kornbluth shares the interview with Sheila Hamilton, and discusses the suicide of her late husband.
Jesse Kornbluth gives you a few genres and book selections you absolutely cannot miss. Club or no club.
Henning Mankell is dead. Not a meaningful death to many of you. But worthy of note and a bowed head to those to read mysteries — or saw the magnificent “Wallender” series.