The Sort of Company You'd Enjoy
Openings in Robert Stone's Early Novels
By Patrick McGinty
In the months since his passing, I have been recommending Stone to students for the same reasons I have been re-reading him: it is thrilling, at any age, to find a voice that has been eagerly awaiting the completion of your training—to, in effect, be confronted by your own preparedness.
Perspective and Presence
Lily Brooks-Dalton's Motorcycle Memoir
How does a writer combine an inquiry into motorcycles, physics, and the self? Lily Brooks-Dalton chatted with us about these issues and the development of the manuscript that would become her debut book.