Ian Ross Singleton reviews Bojan Louis’s debut story collection “Sinking Bell.”
Ian Ross Singleton
The American Girl and the “Boy from Shobrakheit”: On Noor Naga’s “If an Egyptian Cannot Speak English”
Ian Ross Singleton turns his ear to “If an Egyptian Cannot Speak English,” a new novel by Noor Naga.
A novel of two New Yorkers in love, in the shadow of the Twin Towers.
A compelling new novel about a college theater troupe, a Faustian bargain, and italics.
A poet discusses his new translation of the gospels into vernacular American speech.
Ian Ross Singleton finds living color in “The Death of Samusis, and Other Stories” by Pavel Lembersky.
Ian Ross Singleton talks to writer and comedian Leland Cheuk about his new novel, "No Good Very Bad Asian."
Ian Ross Singleton dwells in “Immigrant City,” the latest collection of stories by David Bezmozgis.