I Never Got the Knack of Fidelity: On Gabriela Wiener’s “Crónicas”
Lisa Fetchko reviews Gabriela Wiener's "Sexographies."
The Old Left: “Conscience” by Alice Mattison
"Conscience" is a curious book. Every time I wanted to object, Mattison pulled me back in.
Set Theory in Verónica Gerber Bicecci’s “Empty Set”
Could Verónica Gerber Bicecci’s cleverly fragmented novel “Empty Set” be an antidote to narrative despair?
Figuring It out in the Air: On “The Education of a Young Poet”
Lisa Fetchko reviews David Biespiel’s memoir about his coming to consciousness as a poet.
The Nature of the Beast
Lisa Fetchko on Daphne Merkin's memoir "This Close to Happy" and the literary difficulties of capturing the minutiae of depression.