Posts by: Ana Grouverman


“Ghosting,” by Kirby Gann


There’s a lot of words for book reviewers to throw around when faced with a novel that’s bound to shake readers to the core—multilayered, complex, riveting. We use these words poignantly in some cases; by force of habit in others; sometimes, even out of misplaced obligation. But when it comes to Kirby Gann’s Ghosting, most […]