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You think your mother is out of line? Marianne Moore’s once clorophormed a stray cat. A new biography of Moore guesses at the influence her indomitable mother might have had on her life and work. The book is Holding On Upside Down: The Life and Work of Marianne Moore, by Linda Leavell. You can read a review… Read more »
The New York Times has two reviews of Ishmael Beah’s new novel, Radiance of Tomorrow. Beah, a native of Sierra Leone, came to fame in 2007 with the publication of his memoir A Long Way Gone: Memoirs of a Boy Soldier. The memoir recounts Beah’s experience as a child soldier, and his eventual escape to the… Read more »
Even before the New York Times Magazine declared The Tenth of December the best book of the year, George Saunders was a popular guy. Maybe not quite Bestseller-popular, but certainly beloved by writers and readers. There are plenty of reasons Saunders’s fiction is such a pleasure to read: the language, the humor, the genuineness of the… Read more »
Plenty of writers claim that alcohol makes writing easier. Plenty have been alcoholics. Yet the romantic image of the hard-drinking writer has faded from the public imagination. Where has it gone, and why did it ever arise in the first place? Adam Gopnik has a few theories.
New Year celebrations aren’t complete without a look back at the year-that-was. Some good news for readers in need of advice: There is no shortage of ”Best of 2013” book lists. The lists are so abundant that a little skepticism or weariness is understandable. (A List of Lists would even be helpful). And if you’re tired of… Read more »
It’s been three years since the Paris Review made its archive of author interviews available online for free. Anyone who hasn’t spent time reading one or more of these extended interviews is really missing out. The current issue of the PR includes interviews with Geoff Dyer and Edward P. Jones.
Brad Leithauser explores the satisfactions and frustrations of hitting upon the perfect metaphor at the New Yorker‘s Page-Turner blog. Leithauser is both a Hopkins Review editor and a professor at the Writing Seminars. You can read more of his Page-Turner posts here.
The Millions has kicked off its annual “Year in Reading” series, in which writers mention some of the best books they’ve read in the past year. One of the writers who shares titles from her reading list is Hopkins Review Editor Alice McDermott. You can see a list of all the contributors (as well as contributors… Read more »
This is a video of photographer Phyllis Berger talking about her photographs of Ireland and Brittany, which appeared in the Summer 2011 issue of The Hopkins Review. Berger is the featured artist in the current issue of the journal. You can see more of her work here. A big thank you to our partners at… Read more »