Nonfiction: Top Secret Insignia, Its Place in a BookBy Erin Heath
As children, some of us collected polished stones, troll dolls, and Pogs. Weve now graduated to credit cards, broken iPods, and, sure, coins.
Prose RoundupBy Erin Heath, Ben Mirov, Tatiaana Laine, and Primwatee Groover
A.B. Yehoshuas Friendly Fire is a story of a long married couple. Amotz (Yaari) is an engineer tending to the needs of his children, grandchildren, and elderly father, while his wife, Daniella, is in East Africa mourning the death of her older sister.
FICTION: On the Road Again?By Erin Heath
What really happens in And the Hippos Were Boiled in Their Tanks? Mostly, a small group of broke, young, unmotivated artists tromp around New York City in the mid-1940s. Young Jack Kerouac and William S. Burroughs unite, alternating chapters.
Prose RoundupBy Erin Heath, Ben Mirov, Katrina Brewer, and Mayra David
When it comes to wine and love, I get attached, writes Alice Feiring, Brooklyn-born journalist and author of In Vino Veritas. The debut memoir chronicles the bloggers international travels through famous vineyards in the hopes of discovering what fuels the uber-commercialization of the industry."
Prose RoundupBy Erin Heath, Ben Mirov, Tatiaana Laine, Ken Murray, Gary Lain, Lara Tupper, Clinton Krute, and Zoe Slutzky
Haruki Murakami, Hannah Tinti, Robert Goolrick, Tao Lin, Harold Jaffe, Amanda Petrusich, Stephanie Kuehnert, Sarah Shun-lien Bunum