The headlines pegged to Stephanie Wood’s book, Fake, focus on the sensational. Here is a story about a scammer, a man who seduced and manipulated women. Here is a story told from inside a relationship
bookmarks.reviews - Jane CiabattariJane Ciabattari, author of the short story collection Stealing the Fire, writes the Between the Lines column for BBC Culture. She is a former president of the National Book Critics Circle and a member of the Writers Grotto. Her reviews, interviews and cultural criticism have appeared in the New York Times Book Review, the Guardian, Paris Review, the Washington Post and the Boston Globe, among other publications.
Doubles often destabilise fictional worlds, their uncanny presence weakening our sense of the real and the fantastic The rise of deepfake technology provokes a modern version of a deep-seated fear that
I write about leadership, start ups, and interesting related topics. "Loonshots" is an insightful look into how to nurture crazy ideas that win in your company A book came out earlier this year that I
These women lavished love on our children – love we rented away The first time I paid another woman to clean my apartment, it felt like an experiment. I was 24, and I’d recently started a job as a national