REVIEW: DRAFT NO. 4
McPhee depicts writing as a constant, a way of being alive in the world. What questions you ask and what questions you don't, who you talk to and who you ignore. Writing is an ongoing process of inclusion and exclusion, what you observe in and of the world and what you overlook.
REVIEW: ALL THE DIRTY PARTS
On account of it being slim, people might miss just how huge Daniel Handler's new novel is, how dexterously it dramatizes the initially confusing, usually tangled, always foundational problems of sex. What may seem regressive at first blush becomes profoundly progressive.
REVIEW: IN THE CAGE
In the Cage is usually sad and often brutal, but really it's a story of love and perseverance.