Veteran writers Gay Talese and Calvin Trillin come under digital fire. The Old People’s Review of Books rushes to their defense.
Eyes on the Spies. Revisiting the Cold War with Steven Spielberg and John le Carre.
Brian Fawcett tries to figure out why Nino Ricci’s new novel, Sleep, didn’t register with Canada’s Book Prize Juries.
It’s Oscar season. Paolo Sorrentino’s “Youth” isn’t nominated for Best Picture, but it’s as interesting as anything else on view.
John Harris on “second growth” poet Fabienne Calvert Filteau.
Brian Fawcett finally reads Cyril Connolly’s The Evening Colonnade after 40 years. He wishes he hadn’t waited so long.
Questions about Greece that maybe even the Delphic oracle can’t answer.
John Harris reviews Rob Budde’s award-nominated Dreamland Theatre, and the Prince George Poetry War continues
Look in the mirror. Who do you see? Or: What do you see?
It’s Oscar time, and Dooney’s goes to the movies in search of a Best Picture.