Tag: on the fly
On the Fly: Reassessing the Forgotten Icon, Richard BrautiganAugust 2012
An exhaustive new biography of Brautigan will change the way we remember the poet and novelist.
On the Fly: The Vatican’s Cult of PervertsJuly 2012
In its bank crisis as well as its sex abuse scandals, the Catholic Church is defined by an astonishing lack of accountability. Is this why a parish per week closes in the United States?
On the Fly with Katherine EllisonOctober 2011
The Pulitzer Prize–winning investigative reporter on receiving an ADHD diagnosis at the same time as her son, how writing her new memoir helped them deal with their mutual diagnosis, and the mental health industry.
On the Fly: Belva DavisAugust 2011
Broadcast journalist Belva Davis on her family’s move from Louisiana to Oakland, California, her new memoir, and becoming the first female African American television reporter on the West Coast.
On the Fly: Anna Deavere SmithJune 2011
Actress and playwright Anna Deavere Smith on “absorbing America,” “Nurse Jackie,” and her latest production, Let Me Down Easy.