Archives for November 2012

Homesick and Happy in Colm Tóibín’s Brooklyn

By Sue Norton Colm Tóibín’s novel Brooklyn operates, like so much of modern fiction, on planes of moral ambiguity and […]

The View from Mount Battie

By Katy Kelleher I’ve only lived in Maine for a few months, but I am already beginning to feel like […]

Anna Karenina: The Movie

By Katy Kelleher Great film adaptations of classic novels are all alike; every junk Hollywood movie is terrible in its […]

Hotel Ambos Mundos: Traveling to Cuba the ‘Heming-way’

By Amanda Festa  Since January of 2011, when restrictions on traveling to Cuba were loosened, eager travelers have been flocking […]