Review of The Opposite of Loneliness

Published posthumously, these stories and essays of a recent college graduate display fate’s betrayal of a promising literary future. In 2012 Marina Keegan was a senior at Yale University, with a prestigious internship under her belt and a job waiting. Her writing had already been published in The New Yorker. But, five days after her graduation from Yale, a fatal car accident on Cape Cod changed the story of her promising future to one now told in the past tense. Keegan died at age 22.   READ FULL REVIEW of The Opposite of Loneliness by Marina...

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Review of Glitter and Glue

“Things happen when you leave the house,” Kelly Corrigan writes. And, as often happens throughout her memoir, Glitter and Glue, these things do not always turn out to be quite what she expects. When financial necessity turns a post-college backpacking adventure across Australia into an unanticipated job as a nanny, Corrigan begins working for John Tanner, a recent widower. She enters the lives of the members of the Tanner family as they struggle not to come undone after the one thing that’s held them together has been taken away.” – Review by Kristina Moriconi READ FULL REVIEW of  Glitter and Glue: A Memoir by Kelly Corrigan...

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