Suddenly Last Summer, By Tennessee Williams

Suddenly, Last Summer was a 1958 one act play written by Tennesse Williams. The wealthy poet Sebastian Venable has been killed, and the family are gathering to hear his cousin, Catharine Holly, describe his scandalous death. Sebastian's mother doesn't believe her niece and has had Catharine committed; an attending doctor, known for performing lobotomies, injects … Continue reading Suddenly Last Summer, By Tennessee Williams

The Husband Stitch, by Carmen Maria Machado

I'm writing this review of the The Husband Stitch, by Carmen Maria Machado because I can't sleep. Hurricane Ophelia is starting to creep across my country today. I am dreading both work tomorrow and the walk there. It also struck me as a particularly relevant short story for our times. The Husband Stitch The story is … Continue reading The Husband Stitch, by Carmen Maria Machado