Tag Archives: Essays

Disjecta

by Samuel Beckett

“[Beckett] is a serious writer with something serious to say about the human condition: and therefore one of the dozen or so writers those…

The Caddie Was a Reindeer

by Steve Rushin

A joy ride through the wild world of sports from “the best sportswriter in the country” (St. Paul Pioneer Press)

Beyond the Game

by Gary Smith

“A book you should read . . . Smith weaves stories of heroes and anti-heroes alike with grace and compassion, getting inside his subjects…

The Adding Machine

by William S. Burroughs

A reissue of Burroughs’s selected essays, covering thirty years of writing, touching on subjects ranging from literature to the meaning of life, and providing…