Jess Row

Jess Row is the author of The Train to Lo Wu, a collection of short stories. He teaches in the English department at the College of New Jersey.

March 17 2008 12:11 PMWhat Slate's Reading This MonthBook reviews in 300 words or less.
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Oct. 31 2007 11:00 AMParadise LostCees Nooteboom takes on our jet-fueled millennium.
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March 27 2007 10:35 AMThe Woman Warrior at 30Maxine Hong Kingston's secrets and lies.
Aug. 8 2006 4:58 PMRemembering Iron JohnWhen men were men—without irony and Banana Republic.
Dec. 22 2005 1:08 PMEluding HappinessA Buddhist problem with Christmas.
Jan. 31 2005 12:31 PMThe Other SontagWhy isn't the critic remembered for her short stories?
Feb. 1 2008 7:29 AMWinter BooksWhat Slate is reading this winter.
Sept. 7 2007 7:30 AMEnormous Changes in Very Small SpacesGrace Paley's greatness.
Jan. 8 2007 4:19 PMHer Silence Spoke VolumesThe importance of Tillie Olsen.
July 6 2006 12:35 PMMany Happy Returns, Your HolinessThe Dalai Lama is turning 71. Where will Buddhism be without him?
Oct. 20 2005 11:38 AMMarcus vs. FranzenThe latest literary wrangling in Harper's leaves everyone confused.
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