A unique book explores the boundaries between fact and fiction.
The lifespan of a Fact by John D’Agata and Jim Fingal.
Chronicles of Vonnegut
Caveat to those about to enter: If you have read some or all of Kurt Vonnegut’s novels, I trust this essay will resonate and perhaps enlighten. If you have not read Vonnegut’s fiction, perhaps I will lead you to it. When Vonnegut died nearly five years ago, American literature lost a giant.
Bazaar America: A Writer’s Immersion in the Flea Market Trade
When Maureen Stanton decided to learn about the realm of buying and selling antiques, she thought the research material would be straightforward and accessible. She was wrong.