Anne Goldman




Essays on elements and animals forthcoming soon:

"Aria for Insects," a piece connecting music with insect die-offs, will appear in The Georgia Review in 2024.

"Air Traffic" will be published in the Fall 2023 issue of Fourth Genre. The essay explores fire danger from a surprising angle.

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Recent Essays and Reviews:

"Half Here," Volt 26 (2022). Why is it we sometimes assign more dignity to things than to one another? You can purchase this annual here:

"Herzog in the Jungle," a review of Werner Herzog's debut fiction, The Twilight World, August 23, 2022.

"Surrealism in Our Time: A Review of Katya Kazbek's Little Foxes Took up Matches," Los Angeles Review of Books on May 13, 2022.

"Conjuring in Wartime: Colm Toibin Evokes the Art of Thomas Mann," a review of this writer's new novel The Magician, in the Los Angeles Review of Books on October 11, 2021:

"Blind Curve Ahead," on Rachel Kushner's essay collection, The Hard Crowd,  in the Los Angeles Review of Books on May 21, 2021:

You can find "What to Read When You Crave Calm After Doomscrolling" in the Rumpushere.

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Awards for Stargazing in the Atomic Age (University of Georgia Press, 2021):

Silver Medal for the Essay in the 2022 Independent Publisher Awards.

Kirkus Best Book of 2021. The book was also featured as one of three "Best of 2021: Our Favorite Indies" here.

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