By Nadine Khalil
DEC 20-JAN 21 | ArtSeen
As Muellers world is captured in a drunken disarray, the sense of an aftermath emergesthat still-raging afterparty.
By Scott Cheshire
JUNE 2022 | Books
For any computer user the opening sentence in Jordan Castros compact, brilliant, and very funny debut novel The Novelist is determinedly accurate and not a little uncanny: I opened my laptop, still waiting for my morning tea to steep, and tried to type my password three times rapidly before getting it right, my waking fingers clicking with the determination of a machine. It is those clicking fingers and that particular machine I find slightly unsettling, a quiet but bracing nudge that a user might be as machine as its computer.