Originally posted on The Philadelphia Review of Books:
A review of Lee Klein’s The Shimmering Go-Between by Brittany Harmon ? Upon finishing Lee Klein’s colorful debut novel The Shimmering Go-Between, I felt the simultaneous delight and relief of having just exited a multifarious fun house. This particular house belongs to a woman named Dolores who…
Check out my recent blog post at Ticket Liquidator’s Live Toast where I talk about Mo’Ne Davis, star 13-year-old pitcher from South Philly, and the gendered sports politics that go into baseball/softball post-Little League: Mo’Ne Davis has become a beacon of hope for people who have experienced gender inequality in sports. When it comes to any politics, there […]
Check out my review of Nick Hornby’s Ten Years in the Tub at The Philadelphia Review of Books: For the Love of Books.
Check out my latest piece “Haunting in B Minor,” which can be found here: http://sundoglit.com/i3-harmon/ Special thanks to a myriad of influences: The Jezabels, scissors, the existential philosophy of Heidegger, funhouse mirrors, abusive relationships, and the city of Edinburgh.
Hours away from the start of the second season, I thought I’d write a short celebratory piece. Basically, I’ve been waiting my whole like for a show like this. Girls, a popular HBO sitcom, punches hard with its naked and gritty social commentary. Born from the comedic genius of Lena Dunham, the show’s writer, director, […]
It’s the first thing out of every athlete’s post-championship-winning mouth: “I’m going to Disney World!” Most television viewers don’t waste time pondering over how much Disney has paid said athlete to exclaim this in front of a national audience, nor does it seem particularly striking to the zealous sporting fan why grown men, adults as […]