Tag: Elizabeth Onusko
There’s a reason this album is getting international attention.
This collection of songs creates a mellow, ethereal, emotional atmosphere without being sentimental.
Waters is not heavy-handed or preachy—she’s an expert at demystifying cooking.
An exuberant survey of the artist’s career.
Part history and part love story, this documentary is perfect for Valentine’s Day.
This novel stares at the most frustrating experience an artist can have and renders it honestly.
There is hope yet for the genre.
The Selected Levis feels complete in a way that most selecteds don’t.
“I don’t so much read the book as stare at its pages—the illustrations are spellbinding.”
Taller Children is so enjoyable because it avoids monotony—rather than linger in a single emotional zone, it continuously alternates between effervescence and melancholy.
Usher in autumn with a spell-binding classical composition.
O’Hara’s seismographic recordings of motion on paper are at once sculptural and poetic.
I understand that the Kindle has its place. But when I hear “experts” extol of the virtues of California’s recent decision to use electronic textbooks…I find myself wondering why our culture seems to value that which is novel without asking a few questions first.
In City of Thieves, Lev and Kolya risk their lives for a cake and a second chance.
The poems in Darcie Dennigan’s debut collection, Corinna A-Maying the Apocalypse, radiate.
Matt & Kim’s Grand will put you in a good mood even if you don’t want to be in one.
When poet Paul Guest, who was paralyzed in an accident as a child, writes of his condition in My Index of Slightly Horrifying Knowledge, he is simultaneously blunt, frenzied, grief-stricken, and humorous.
Harvests of numbers and hackneyed conjectures are staples of American discourse.