Tag Archives: Frederick Barthelme

Two Against One

“Barthelme achieves what Chekov spoke of as grace, the most gained with the least exertion. He leads us through a shattered set of lives,…

Second Marriage

“The whole book is like an interesting and just barely believable dream–one of those dreams that’s sexy, anxious, promising, and threatening at the same…

Moon Deluxe

“Moon Deluxe is engaging, observant and at times downright whack-in-the-solar-plexus mean. It’s impossible to conceive of any writer doing what he does any better…

Chroma

“A seemingly random series of events, and yet they beguile us with the sort of surreal clarity and brightness of objects glimpsed in a…