Unthinking Pleasure: On Casey McQuiston’s “Red, White & Royal Blue”
Harrison Hill on the pleasures of reading Casey McQuiston’s gay YA novel, “Red, White & Royal Blue.”
It Mattered That He Showed Up: On Pete Buttigieg’s “Shortest Way Home”
Harrison Hill looks at Pete Buttigieg’s memoir, “Shortest Way Home,” to explore how Buttigieg’s campaign depends on his squeaky clean image.
There Will Always Be More “Angels”
Harrison Hill reviews “The World Only Spins Forward,” a collection of interviews and reflections on Tony Kushner’s “Angels in America.”