Meredith Boe

Dirty, Big Secrets in “Let’s Never Talk about This Again” – Chicago Review of Books

Many parents raise their children emphasizing the “goodness” and “badness” of everything from food to language to sex. The good-versus-bad mindset can easily...

“Mezzanine” Offers Truth in the Minutiae – Chicago Review of Books

Zoë Hitzig’s first book of poems, Mezzanine, is a collection of facts, retold with empathy and stunning lyricism. Her poems span politics, the...

A Duet of Literacies in “This Man and Music” – Chicago Review of Books

That there are links between music and literature is not a new or original notion. In both, one finds meaning and messages in...

Writing On The Margins – Chicago Review of Books

Lily King’s new novel, Writers & Lovers, is a glimpse into life as a female artist in 1990s Boston. The story is told...

Separating Worth from Worship – Chicago Review of Books

Adrienne Miller was the literary and fiction editor of Esquire from 1997 to 2006, a significant professional feat for a woman of twenty-five....