… the anthology features more than 20 writers of varying genres and backgrounds and their stories, as the title suggests, of woe and glory.
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Review: Myself and Some Other Being: Wordsworth and the Life Writing by Daniel Robinson
Review by Kacy MuirOne of my favorite novels and films happens to be one in the same — Big Fish —written by Daniel Wallace and John August, respectively. The reasons are many, but two stand out in particular. Together, both mediums aspire to inspire the art of storytelling and evoke romanticism in a swift, but…
Review: Zoo Station by Christiane Felscherinow
The memoir, set in the Zoo Subway Station (Banhhof Zoo), Gropiusstadt housing projects, and neighboring areas in West Berlin was first published in Germany in 1979.
Review: Much Ado About Loving by Jack Murnighan and Maura Kelly
Imagine some of the most notable literary minds in a room together. No matter their time or works, they sit in a circle connected by one central theme — love.
Review: The Fluency of Light: Coming of Age in a Theatre of Black and White by Aisha Sabatini Sloan
Throughout history, individuals have been defined and separated by their differences.
Review — Guts: The Endless Follies and Tiny Triumphs of a Giant Disaster by Kristen Johnston
Love is exactly the word that comes to mind when reading the memoir of actress and literary newcomer Kristen Johnston. Guts: The Endless Follies and Tiny Triumphs of a Giant Disaster (Gallery Books, 2012) encompasses her brilliant journey from darkness to light.
Review: In the Memory of the Map: A Cartographic Memoir by Christopher Norment
In his memoir, In the Memory of the Map (University of Iowa Press, 2012), Christopher Norment introduces readers to cartography, otherwise known as map-making. Norment translates his experiences into written word through revealing his own map of life in pursuit of the trail ahead. It is through this picturesque book that readers are given a…