by Paul Statt ’78
A historian’s latest work is reminiscent of the first American memoir, The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin.
Reviewed by Nicholas Mancusi ’10
A debut story collection follows four young men in Pawtucket, R.I.
by Katherine Duke ’05
“Cupcake.” “Saint.” “Unruly Heart.” “Little Angel.” “Little Creep.” How do these Amherst authors know our nicknames?
by Rand Richards Cooper ’80
In her new story collection, an acclaimed novelist imagines “an Eden of dangerous things.”
interview by Emily Gold Boutilier
A writer talks about her one great regret, the dangers of self-doubt and the big prize she just won.