This week, we’ve got some pretty excellent reviews, oodles of interviews, and a third installment of “An Oral History of Love in Contemporary America.” Come see.
Just Because You’re Paranoid — A review of Voodoo Histories: The Role of Conspiracy Theory in Shaping Modern History by Daniel Denvir.
A review of We Are Never As Beautiful As We Are Now, a debut short story collection by Adam Gallari.
A review of My New Job, a poetry collection by Catherine Wagner.
To top it off, we’ve got oodles on interviews: one with former dominatrix and current memoirist Melissa Febos, another with novelist K.M. Soehnlein, and yet a third with author Brad Watson.
Also, be sure not to miss the third installment of “An Oral History of Love in Contemporary America: Selections from Us.”