The critic on how she began writing reviews, how she and the Times staff pick books to cover, and how social media affects her work.
The author of Anodyne prioritizes joy in her poetics.
The author of Each of Us Killers shares a manifesto for literary criticism.
The critic on combining book reviews and cultural criticism, exposing readers to challenging views, and reading multiple books at once.
The freelance critic on her path to becoming a critic, her reading process, and her favorite publications.
The books editor of Entertainment Weekly discusses how he picks which titles to review and what he thinks books coverage will look like in ten years.
A novelist and critic discusses the book reviewing process, the role of social media in literary criticism, and much more.
Plath Profiles is an international, interdisciplinary journal of studies on Sylvia Plath. All submissions are peer-reviewed. We accept essays, book reviews, notes, teacher-reactions, poetry, memoirs, student essays, responses, art, photography, and other submissions relevant to Plath scholarship and artistry.
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The critic discusses her reading process, the perfect pan, and the popular Twitter hashtag she created, #FridayReads.
Carlos Lozada, a Pulitzer Prize–winning critic at the Washington Post, on his reading process, the role of social media in his work, and more.