Peter Birkenhead

Peter Birkenhead is a writer living in Washington, DC. His memoir Gonville was published in 2010.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Fortune’s Fool

Peter Birkenhead reviews Terry Alford's biography of John Wilkes Booth....


Lost and Found

"Remember Me Like This" closes with an epilogue that evokes the book’s most arresting and indelible image: of four terrified and broken creatures seated around a kitchen table, moved by an impulse beyond their comprehension to reach for each other’s hands, close their eyes, and bow their heads....


The Birth of the Cool: Leo Braudy’s Memoir of the 1950s
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