“Plenty of Sorrow to Go Round”

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William T. Vollman critiques John Sayles’ A Moment in the Sun, a new novel from McSweeney’s about racism at home and imperialism abroad in turn of the twentieth century America.


Jessie Wood is a writer, reader, and journalist based out of the San Francisco Bay Area. She graduated from Westminster College with a degree in Creative Writing in 2010. She writes for SLUG Magazine, a free local Salt Lake City magazine, about the many faces of electronic music. More from this author →