Tag: George Saunders
Living Hells: George Saunders, Octavia Butler, and the Quest for a Moral Fiction
George Saunders’ first novel, “Lincoln in the Bardo,” follows in the footsteps of “Kindred” and “Cloud Atlas” in attempting to create a new kind of hell for the secular world—and in the process, it shows how fiction can still make a difference in Donald Trump’s America.
George Saunders Writes About Wilco’s “One Sunday Morning”
“It puts me in mind of a group of lifelong pals on a front porch, trying to musically solve some existential problem they can’t quite articulate.”
FLOOD’s Best of 2015: Art + Culture
Our picks for the best arts and culture moments of 2015.