Total Absorption and Abandon in LAMB: An interview with debut novelist Bonnie Nadzam

by Conor Broughan, Fiction Editor Bonnie Nadzam was born in Cleveland, went to high school in suburban Chicago, and has moved continually westward since then. She studied English literature and environmental studies at Carleton College, and earned an MA and PhD from the University of Southern California. Her fiction and poetry have been published in … Continue reading Total Absorption and Abandon in LAMB: An interview with debut novelist Bonnie Nadzam

Grotesque and Lovely: A review of Bonnie Nadzam’s LAMB

by Conor Broughan When your kitchen is a mess—a plates-piled-high-in-the-sink, socks-getting-stuck-on-sticky-spots mess—how do you react? If you’re anything like me, a messy kitchen means that you clean up the coffee table in the living room or pick up clothes that have collected at the foot the bed. Rather than tackling dirty dishes, the grime on … Continue reading Grotesque and Lovely: A review of Bonnie Nadzam’s LAMB