by Amity Gaige
Some literary novels make obligatory gestures at plot; this one soaks in it.
by Makena Onjerika ’10
Has fiction dissected every possible unhappiness in a marriage? A debut novel suggests not yet.
by Katherine Duke ’05
Satan’s pulpit. Strange attractors. Death can delight, In the still of the night. A spooky Halloween poem? Nope—the latest books by Amherst authors.
by Howell Chickering
Robert-Louis Abrahamson ’71 delves into essays by his namesake, the Treasure Island author Robert Louis Stevenson.
by William Sweet
The story behind a senior-year project—and its revival 50 years later.