Articles by Lydia Kiesling
March 17, 2011
(A signal event in English, by a Russian, about sex with children, published by a French purveyor of mostly-filth of a pretty banal sort.)
March 4, 2011
Dearest readers, the voting is now open in the 3 Quarks Daily Arts & Literature prize judged by Laila Lalami. Read and vote for your favorite piece from The Millions here!
February 23, 2011
The 3 Quarks Daily annual prize for Arts and Literature blog writing has been announced! Nominations are open in the comments of the announcement. This year’s judge is author, professor, blogger, intellect Laila Lalami. Dear readers, feel free to nominate any Millions writing you enjoyed here. And to the guest contributors out there, be sure […]
January 27, 2011
She writes about moving from small town to big city, the specter of pioneer ancestors, the pathos of only children, restless mothers, crooked teeth, perverted uncles, gloomy boyfriends, and tonsillitis.
December 30, 2010
There are two main narratives at work in this sad and sensational story: Sophie’s Auschwitz horrors, and Stingo’s penile travails.
December 22, 2010
It disturbed me profoundly, and that has to count for something.
December 13, 2010
Anthony Lane (New Yorker film critic, personal hero) lists ten films he liked in 2010.
December 5, 2010
Alexander Chee has a lovely essay about books and technology up at The Morning News.