Tag: staff recommendation
A quarter-life crisis during Mardi Gras, the Soviet Union right after it crumbles, and the murders in Mexico in 1990s are definitely things to write home about. Or to write books about.
Spooky reading recommendations from the editors at Guernica on the things that terrify us: from Edith Wharton’s ghosts to rotting elevator salmon.
“What grows best in the heat: fantasy, unreason, lust.”
Guernica‘s staff brings you their favorite writing on race, in America and beyond.
Guernica‘s staff recommends collections of stories, essays, poems, and more.
Welcome spring with this round of reading recommendations from the editors at Guernica.
Some stories of love, passion, and sex to get you through the winter.
The staff’s favorite independent booksellers offer their own December recommendations.
Guernica‘s staff on the books they’ll remember this Thanksgiving.
Synecdoche New York is a brilliant film that is sad, strange, illuminating, funny, epic, and totally original.
Nothing comes easy in O’Neill’s complex novel—neither dreams nor lengthy jaunts through a New York populated by “others.”
As the crisis in Iran has unfolded, one book has received numerous mentions across the blogosphere: Amir Taheri’s The Persian Night: Iran under the Khomeinist Revolution.