Stories By Elinor Teele
The Irish Americans: A History by Jay P. DolanJuly 21, 2022
America’s love affair with all things Irish – with J.F.K. and seedy bars in “The Departed,”...
Frederick Burr Opper’s Happy HooliganJuly 20, 2022
Viewed in retrospect, post-Depression, however, he acquires a special poignancy. Here was a man who was...
A Mercy by Toni MorrisonJuly 16, 2022
That’s it. Truly. That’s the plot. But to say that is all there is to it...
Baby Jesus Pawn Shop by Lucia OrthJuly 16, 2022
So let me begin by saying Orth is a very talented writer. She has an eye...
Casanova by Ian KellyJuly 16, 2022
Ah, Casanova. Men want to be him, and women want to be with him. Or is...
Frontiersman: Daniel Boone and the Making of America by Meredith Mason BrownJuly 15, 2022
It was brutal stuff. Massacres, scalpings, crops burned, winters with only salted meat to eat –...
Résistance by Agnès HumbertJuly 13, 2022
The early resistors soon discover that the Nazis don’t view their activities with similar lightheartedness. Oblivious...
Fine Just the Way It Is: Wyoming Stories 3 by Annie ProulxJuly 13, 2022
Things are never fine just they way they are in Annie Proulx’s new collection of Wyoming...
How the Soldier Repairs the Gramophone by Saša StanišicJuly 12, 2022
Yet it is no accident that Aleksandar begins with an account of death, nor is it...
The Garden of Last Days by Andre Dubus IIIJuly 11, 2022
Of course, the reason the affable Dubus was feeding strippers $20 from his writing fellowship becomes...