Readers' Review: "The Ghost at the Table" (Algonquin)
It's the day before Thanksgiving. So, for the Readers Review this month Diane chose a novel centering on a family gathering. It's set in an old, New England farmhouse and explores the ways we project our visions of the perfect holiday on each other.
fiction editor at The Washington Post
freelance writer who teaches creative writing at George Washington University.
Associate professor of creative writing, George Mason University