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A deep-thinking storyteller on the rise

July 12, 2020 Stephen Mirarchi 6

What a curious thing, the short story collection—not taking the form of a novel, yet mounting something more, presumably, than a mere assemblage of previously released material (Hawthorne’s Twice-Told Tales notwithstanding). A book of short […]

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An old flag in the collective attic

May 21, 2019 Daniel Rattelle 3

If you’ve been following our so-called Catholic Literary Revival, you’ll have noticed that James Matthew Wilson has had a banner year—a new book, poems in the Hudson Review, and Best American Poetry. He has also […]