Author: Bill Wolfe
Editor, book blogger, and photographer. High school English teacher and ex-lawyer. Interests include music, literature, and football; travel; portrait and landscape photography; politics; Dodgers baseball; social justice; and learning Spanish.
Corie Adjmi discusses her debut novel THE MARRIAGE BOX, a coming of age story set in the Syrian-Jewish community in Brooklyn
A conversation with Elizabeth Graver about KANTIKA, the story of a remarkable woman’s journey, spanning five decades and four countries
Idra Novey on the Conjuring of Haunting Characters in TAKE WHAT YOU NEED
Christine Sneed: Eight Years Between Book Sales, a Discursive Accounting in Eight Parts
Alice Elliott Dark explores “Aquamarine” from Elena Ferrante’s IN THE MARGINS: How did she do it? (Pt. 2 in a series)
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