The Wife, by Meg Wolitzer: Impressions

The Wife, by Meg Wolitzer: Impressions

Disclaimer: I absolutely adored The Wife, by Meg Wolitzer. First lines: “The moment I decided to leave him, the moment I thought, enough, we were thirty-five thousand feet above the ocean, hurtling forward but giving the illusion of stillness and tranquility. Just like our marriage, I could have said, but why ruin everything now?” Background/sysnopsis: […]

Mind that Gender Gap

Mind that Gender Gap

Image Credit: George Bates The Vida 2010 Count was released at the beginning of the month, and it’s the talk of the literary world… well, at least, the literary world in which women reside. Men, so far, don’t seem quite so interested. Oh, wait, one just weighed in, remarking: The bottom line at Tin House […]