Don’t You Swim? by Sara Lippmann If she’s smart about it, Nora can survive the whole boat ride without incident. The boat, a 60-foot catamaran, accommodates 12 other families. Plus crew. Equipment, buffet and bar. Maybe, it’s not even him, standing in line at the port with his wife, her straw tote and rash-guarded twins. His Dartmouth cap a giveaway, but maybe, he won’t recognize her. Abortion Roy. She will hustle to the stern and slather sunscreen on her children, […]
In our morning reading: thoughts on Joan Didion, fiction by Bandi and Sara Lippman, and more.
In our morning reading: an excerpt from a forthcoming history of The Empty Bottle, new fiction from Sara Lippmann, an interview with Helen McClory, and more.
Morning Bites: Dave Reidy Interviewed, Deep Vellum’s Bookstore, Carlos Labbé, Sara Lippmann Fiction, and More
In our morning reading: an interview with Dave Reidy, new writing from Sara Lippmann, Nick Moran on Florida lit, and more.
Morning Bites: Mary Ruefle, A Guide to Judy Blume, Colin Winnette’s Playlist, Afropunk Festival, and More
In our morning reading: new writing from Mary Ruefle and Sara Lippmann, Natalie Eilbert on a pair of books from Aaron Apps, a guide to the books of Judy Blume, and more.
The stories found in Sara Lippmann‘s collection Doll Palace are concise and dizzying, showcasing memorably wrenching scenes from numerous lives in the span of a few pages. Lippmann is equally adept at settings urban and rural, moving from Jersey Shore life to urban absurdism to literary commentary. It’s an impressive breadth of work, and I reached out to Lippmann via email to learn more about the collection’s creation, boundaries, and settings.