A childhood home and the hidden meaning of family language are translated into insights about the memoirist’s past.
Tag: Alexa Josaphouitch
REVIEW: Endings & Beginnings: Family Essays by DeWitt Henry
Family relationships are explored in an essay collection shortlisted for the PEN Award for the Art of the Essay.
REVIEW: A Harp in the Stars: An Anthology of Lyric Essays edited by Randon Billings Noble
The anthology showcases different forms of the lyric essay, offering insights to inspire readers and motivate writers.
Review: Seconds and Inches by Carly Israel
Israel is not only a great writer, but she particularly shines when she reflects on the cycles of family trauma….
REVIEW: Man in the (Rearview) Mirror by LaRue Cook
The essays span the experience of what you’d expect from an Uber driver: the drunk passengers, teenage moviegoers, and travelers returning home from the airport…