How Novels Like "Circe" Show Ancient Stories In A New Light
In three recent novels that reimagine ancient epics — Circe, The Mere Wife, and The Silence of the Girls — authors wrestle with both their source material and the centuries of cultural baggage it carries.
I Never Thought I'd Get Married — But Then I Needed A Visa
I thought I agreed with my radical queer friends: Marriage is dull, outdated, and heteronormative. But that was before I got a civil partnership at 23.