Because of her failure to see beyond the world that raised her, Didion almost wasted two decades of literary production.
Arthur Machen sensed a deeper reality stirring underneath the superficial surfaces of suburban London.
Exploring the super-abundant comic world of Scrooge McDuck.
Scott Bradfield reviews the Library of America edition of Joan Didion’s early novels and essays.
Scott Bradfield on the pleasures and perils of the “Oz” series.
Scott Bradfield revisits Erle Stanley Gardner’s Cool and Lam novels from the 1930s and ’40s, three of which have been republished by Hard Case Crime.
Scott Bradfield on Clark Ashton Smith.
Scott Bradfield celebrates the late Donald E. Westlake.