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Tag: Fiction

Stephen Milder

The Greens are on track to become Germany’s second strongest party. For many, this is proof that abandoning radicalism was the right choice, but a new novel offers valuable insights into why it should be recovered.

Johanna Winant

Reflecting on three monumental works of modernism—James Joyce's Ulysses, T. S. Eliot's The Waste Land, and Ludwig Wittgenstein's Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus—a hundred years on.

Samuel Clowes Huneke

The celebrated novelist treated the past seriously, depicting its psychological complexity and drawing out its present-day political implications.

Jennifer R. Bernstein
Known mainly as a realist, the writer used the gothic form to explore the horror of being confined by gender.
Nate File, Marlon James
Marlon James discusses writing realistic Black characters, being inspired by African folktales, and why we don’t have to let go of the world of make-believe to tell serious stories.
Paula M.L. Moya
Literature helps shape what we consider to be moral in the first place.
John Crowley
Amazon’s Tales from the Loop has introduced a new audience to the speculative worlds of the Swedish artist, whose books depict worlds in which humanity has, in one way or another, run afoul of technology.
Annie Howard
Ursula K. Le Guin’s The Lathe of Heaven reminds us of the radical power of collective imagination.