In this installment of “Mix Tape,” author Anthony Moll recounts those books that inspired him during the writing of his memoir, Out of Step, the story of a blue-collar bisexual who joins the army during the Iraq wars the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” era.
But why had I been so bold as to write about an interracial friendship in the first place? A contributing factor was my discovery that Nikki Giovanni and I were born on the very same day.
In our inaugural essay in “Mix Tape,” author Sarah Van Arsdale recounts those faithful books that have been a salve and an escape, along with Oxycontin, during times of incapacitating […]
We’ll be launching a new column in the fall called Mix Tape, essays about books mixed any way you want. Got an itch to write about the five best fiction […]