Articles by Michael David Lukas

February 15, 2013

A Multiplicity of Voices: On the Polyphonic Novel 28

With each foray onto the Internet, each ping and clang, we are searching for meaning in a haystack of data, balancing perspectives, trying to find reason in a cacophony of opinion. Is it any wonder we are drawn to fiction that reflects this new way of being, to a form that’s uniquely suited to our fragmented and globalized century?

November 10, 2011

Three Readings, A Bag of Ritz Sandwich Crackers, and Some Serious QT with my Number One Fan 1

Now, I don’t normally do this sort of thing. But my publisher wasn’t planning much for the paperback tour, so I figured why not? Isn’t that what publishing is all about these days — doing-it-yourself, sleeping on couches, Facebooking and tweeting your little heart out?