Daily Archives: July 31, 2015

Editor’s Note

Hello and happy summer! I’m thrilled to introduce Paul A. Christiansen’s review of Charles D’Ambrosio’s Loitering.  It’s always delightful to encounter a book that interrogates the boundaries between self and world, and criticism that does justice to the ways these ambitious philosophical ideas inform a writer’s smallest stylistic choices. I trust you’ll […]

Loitering by Charles D’Ambrosio

Gazing into the outside world often affords one a closer view of the self. In his essay collection, Loitering, accomplished fiction author Charles D’Ambrosio reveals aspects of his painful personal and family history by placing himself in diverse surroundings and experiences. True to its title, Loitering collects the contemplations of […]