Log cabins defined a particularly American sensibility long before Abe Lincoln was born in a humble hand-hewn shack in Hodgenville, Kentucky. The image of the cabin-be it an old, musty family summer camp or a childhood project that never... Read More
The art of prevarication is alive and well. In Here Lies, the title of which comes from first-class liar Dorothy Parker, that art is taken to a new level. In this collection of twenty-one short stories, “every story either features the... Read More
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