Tag Archives: Joshua Ferris

postscript || The Unnamed, by Joshua Ferris

I can’t help it.  The Unnamed, novel by Joshua Ferris, has clasped its jaws around me. Here’s a long-ass quote from the novel, which I struggled not to include in my review, because that would be so pushing it. But yeah, I hereby push: Maybe he had two kids, maybe he abused cocaine in club stalls—she […]

marginalia || The Unnamed, by Joshua Ferris

Ideally, this post would go: “Dude, I just read The Unnamed by Joshua Ferris, and it was frakking awesome.” And then it’d end there. But I think I have to at least try to articulate what a marvel this book is, although this is obviously going to be a struggle for me. Nearly everyone praised […]