Category Archives: Appearing Elsewhere

This Week In My Classes: Everything Else!

When it’s this quiet around here, that can only mean one thing: I am very busy elsewhere! The main reason I haven’t written up any new reading is that I’ve been working on a review for the next issue of Open Letters. Despite my best efforts, I’m still quite a slow and painstaking writer when I […]

Appearing Elsewhere: “Middlemarch and the ‘Cry From Soul to Soul'”

An essay I worked on during my sabbatical on faith and fellowship in Middlemarch has just been published in Berfrois. The general themes will not surprise any regular visitors to Novel Readings (or readers of my other essays on George Eliot, particularly my essay on Silas Marner in the Los Angeles Review of Books). In fact, the germ of this essay was a […]

February Reading: Open Letters Monthly and Vera Brittain

I’ve been so overwhelmed by winter (last night’s storm was another big one, but at least the 6 inches of fresh snow was of the light, powdery variety rather than the ice-encrusted kind!) that I almost forgot to give a shout-out to the new issue of Open Letters Monthly, which went up almost a week ago. […]

Open Letters Monthly and Other December Reading

It’s up: another new issue, and this one is as wide-ranging but also as deep as any we’ve published in a while. A small sampling: Sam Sacks on James Wood and the Fall of Man: But Wood’s story works brilliantly if it is taken as just that, a story—if it is read conditionally and gleaned […]

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