In Capote In Kansas, Powers turns his attention to Capote and Lee, who influenced and fascinated him.
Davidson’s style is enchanting, and he offers some dazzling new ideas. When interpreting gay myths, such as that of Ganymede, he invokes images like the resemblance of a certain stellar constellation to a spray of divine semen.
BRUCE BENDERSON’S iconoclastic new novel minces no words when it comes to the present state of contemporary culture: he believes a lot of things have changed for the worse.
More than twenty years after his death, Gentleman Jigger, which Nugent wrote in the waning days of the Roaring Twenties and the early years of the Great Depression, has finally been published ...