by Brett Joseph Grubisic
Ian Weir’s phantasmagorical novel features a village of left-field characters.
by Dilia Narduzzi
Rice’s novel complicates and demands a rethinking of the apocalyptic category itself.
by Dancy Mason
In her latest collection, Amanda Jernigan turns Mennonite hymns into formally exquisite poetry.
reviewed by Patricia Robertson
Anthropocene, the book, embodies the moral and aesthetic contradictions of the project as a whole.
Reviewed by Patricia Robertson
Animal sentience has become a hot topic in recent fiction, and none too soon. At a time when science is showing that animals do indeed have language—a recent study of canebrake wrens suggests that birdsong is governed by a complex, learned set of social rules, much like human communication—it’s encouraging to see more fiction that
and Alice Major’sWelcome to the Anthropocene
Reviewed by Bruce Whiteman
Cameron Anstee’s “Book of Annotations” and Alice Major’s “Welcome to the Anthropocene.”