Salvatore Scibona’s second novel The Volunteer sings with mutable, potentially explosive detail, with events powered by tiny moments sprinkled across vast landscapes.
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Pam Houston has had some questionable writing teachers. There was the professor who dictated his bizarre rules for the stories that students were not allowed to submit to a fiction workshop: “No trees, no snow, no mountains, no skiing, no eyes, no tears, and no female bodily excretions.”
Only the high priestess of punk rock, as Patti Smith became known in the 1970s, could make magical the stripped-down stage she inhabited at the Lensic on Jan. 19.