Ashley Rindsberg is an author, essayist, and freelance journalist. In 2010, Rindsberg traveled to Nicaragua to investigate the disappearance and death of his best friend, an experience that inspired his novel, He Falls Alone. Rindsberg is also author of The Gray Lady Winked, a work of non-fiction which looks at how The New York Times’s reporting shapes the world.
Holocaust Remembrance: Primo Levi’s Work
In confronting Primo Levi's writing, in allowing ourselves to be drawn into the horror, we face not the evil that Levi faced, but rather ourselves....
How Norman Mailer Blurred the Line Between the Literary and the Lurid
Ashley Rindsberg on the legacy of Norman Mailer....
An Automobile Club in Egypt
Once the story careens into British-occupied Egypt, the reader of Al Aswany’s third novel begins to understand that this book isn’t at all about automobiles, or even really about Egypt....
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