Gary K. Wolfe: Reinvention and revolution in 1960s science fiction
“If a book doesn’t have *form*, then damn, it ain’t no novel.” We mourn the passing of Ernest J. Gaines, 1933–2019, author of A LESSON BEFORE DYING and several other indelible works.
Andrew Blauner: The humanity, humility, and humor of Charles M. Schulz’s Peanuts
Joan Didion, “Quiet Days in Malibu”
Thomas Jefferson’s Education: Alan Taylor on the troubled origins of “Mr. Jefferson’s University”
(Re)Introducing R. A. Lafferty, a “Master” for the past, present, and future
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