At what point do Virginia Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway and the 1990 cinematic classic House Party intersect? Many points, actually, according to this incisive comparison of the two done by Sean Gill for The Offing. If anything, it goes on to prove just how difficult it is to plan a successful party.
How many writers actually know how a word processor functions? Chances are the answer is: not many. At Page-Turner, our own Mark O’Connell examines this odd state of affairs, which he became more cognizant of after reading Vikram Chandra’s new book, Geek Sublime.
“I hate to break it to you but everyone does not, in fact, have a book in them.” For The Outline, literary agent Kate McKean writes about the difference between good stories and good books—and what it takes to write the latter. Pair with: an essay on the books that fight back