Arts & Culture
A Book of Job for the secular age, this incest hoax thriller will have readers feverishly turning pages, but questioning the moral underpinnings.
John Colapinto Won a National Magazine Award, Writes for the New Yorker and His Last Novel Was a Hit. So Why Can't You Buy His New Book?
John Colapinto's latest novel, "Undone," was recently published in Canada and Japan -- but it was rejected by 41 publishers in this country and a similar number in the United Kingdom and Europe.
The piece of writing advice that is always debated: "Write what you know." Naturally, if writers followed that advice every time then bookshelves would be full of books about writers. Then there are novels about writers that challenge that statement, stories about writers that truly stand out.
When defenders of "traditional marriage" make their appeals to some universally-accepted notion of what marriage is, they're talking through their hats. No such institution exists, or ever has.