Peter S. Beagle at eighty.
The second volume of a new biography sheds some light on the question.
And his struggle to break into, and remain in, the literary establishment.
And British insistence that there is no such thing.
Of refugees and pigeons.
He was no “is descendant of Machiavelli.”
To the frustration of German test-takers.
Forest Dark is dazzling and promises insight into, among other things, contemporary Israel, but in the end it doesn’t deliver.
The ballebos of the bluegrass.
A once-bustling immigrant city.