Review: A Death in the Family by Karl Ove Knausgaard

Before starting this review I went to the kitchen and made a cup of coffee. It was a cold day but I took it out the back past the ventilation ducts to a small square. [MORE]

The Real Serial Killer

Imagine the entire Serial transcript is presented to me as a work in progress by a crime writer who has choked fatally on his Wheaties. [MORE]

​The Rembrandt Exhibition at London’s National Gallery

There’s a scene in one of my favorite books, Dr. Oliver Sacks’s The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a  Hat, in which the good doctor walks into a room full of stroke victims, many of whom are laughing at President Reagan making a speech on TV. [MORE]