Ella Taylor reminisces about the corny moments and wide impact of the top-grossing 1970 film "Love Story."
Milan Terlunen looks at the construction of suspense in the murder mystery genre — using a few crowd favorites.
Sophia Stewart finds wisdom in Brian Dillon's recent book "Suppose a Sentence."
S.A. Karpukhin explores the roadblocks and subtleties of translating pronoun preferences and transgender-inclusive language in Russian.
Tanya Agathocleous and Marina Bilbija find cross-cultural literary ties to the Christian holiday.
Joanna Chen observes the coming winter in Dublin and contemplates a Seamus Heaney poem.
Anandi Mishra reflects on the comforting tastes holding her steady during the pandemic.