Reviews

A Prison Wherever He Turned (Stoner by John Williams)

July 22, 2017

The plot of John Williams’ 1965 novel, Stoner (NYRB Classics, 2006): Young man becomes assistant professor at University of Missouri, lives unhappy life, has undistinguished career, dies. You can hardly be blamed if you don’t find this particularly enticing, but make no mistake: Stoner (last name of the protagonist—sorry to disappoint) is a work of almost unbearable beauty. [...]

In The Margins E6: Road Trip: Tate Street goes to AWP 2015

April 7, 2015

The Association of Writers and Writing Programs is a premier annual event with over 12,000 attendees. Join our regular host, Abigail Browning, and our Reviews Editor, Greg Brown, to hear what Tate Street has in store for this year's show as well as some hints and tips for new attendees. And, if you're there, come see us at booth #1512! [...]