Conversation, Instead of Monologue: Why Art Book Review

If you’re a self-identified artist, writer, or musician who’s ever wondered: “Why the hell am I doing this?” — then Eleanor Davis’ Why Art? is for you. The 200-page graphic work, put out by Fantagraphics Books, tackles this question by exploring many of the aspects, purposes, and forms of art with humor, poignant observation, and […]

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Making the Unreal, Real: Book Review of Gravity Changes

Full book review available at Atticus Review.

Zach Powers’ remarkable debut collection, Gravity Changes, will remind you why you learned to read in the first place. The book, winner of the BOA Short Fiction Prize, is composed of nineteen short stories that are equal parts magic, humor, cleverness, and heartbreak.

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