By Patricia E. Fogarty|
April 30th, 2017|"Scriptorium"|
Israeli novelist David Grossman uses the act of a stand-up comedian to get to the heart of Jewish doubt.
By Christopher P. Winner|
April 30th, 2017|Area 51|
A friend's decision to change her given name brings the past front and center.
By Don Carroll|
April 30th, 2017|"Closing Argument"|
A translator's job can be enormously rewarding (and hard), but lack of representation undermined fair compensation.
By Letizia Mattiacci|
April 30th, 2017|"In Provincia"|
A cook's trip annual trip to the United States produces joy and stirs memories.
By Elaine Luti|
April 28th, 2017|"Psych Dept."|
When it comes to extremes of narcissism, all it takes is one sick bird to drive the flock.
By Mark Campbell|
April 28th, 2017|"That's Queer"|
For gay couples in a marriage, one man is forced into the role of "wife," at least in Italy.
By Elisa Scarton Detti|
April 28th, 2017|"In the Sticks"|
When you stand a chance of becoming an Italian first lady, everyone has advice.
By Book Staff|
April 28th, 2017|Noteworthy Titles|
In her latest novel, Rachel Cusk can't enough of playing disappointment's biographer.
By Vittorio Jucker|
April 27th, 2017|"Foreign Affairs"|
In the United States and Europe, elections held and elections to come are ensuring the global political balance remains in flux.
By Madeline Klosterman|
April 23rd, 2017|"American Girl"|
Amid unexpected wonder of nature — California wildflowers — it helps to use your eyes.
By Kristine Crane, Associate Editor|
April 23rd, 2017|L'Americana|
Mulling over a return to poetry takes you back in time, some of it informed by Rome.