Featured nonfiction from the Summer 2011 issue.
David Brooks’s The Social Animal is not a novel, though if it were released as one by a small press it would be spared the indignity of being released under the near-pejorative banner of “pop sociology.”
Featured nonfiction from the Spring 2011 issue.
Ira Sukrungruang’s memoir Talk Thai: The Adventures of Buddhist Boy is a work firmly cemented in the in-between. This first-person account of Sukrungruang’s “adventures” as a Thai-American coming of age in the suburbs of Chicago offers ample opportunity for cultural comparison, a subject fully explored through the retrospective lens of a child version of the author.
Featured nonfiction from the Fall 2010 issue.
Featured nonfiction from the Summer 2010 issue.
both writers recognize the unavoidable aspects of sensationalism in their subjects; they alternately mock and embrace it. Despite the similar titles, however, no one would mistake one for the other.
Featured nonfiction from the Spring 2010 issue.
Featured nonfiction from the Fall 2009 issue. Winner of the 2008-09 AWP Intro Journals Project