Cottagecore is an internet sensation known for its warm depiction of rural life. But this idyllic landscape exists as a fictive, digital manifestation.
Posts published by “Dylan Walawender”
Dylan Walawander is a third-term student studying literature and film. He is a book critic contributing review essays, essays on fiction, and nonfiction works. He is also a website administrator.
Khal Torabully and translator Nancy Naomi Carlson give a virtual reading for the Bennington Translates series.
A review essay on Hiromi Kawakami's "People From My Neighborhood."
Teju Cole, in describing the way a curtain hangs in one of the many German hotel rooms he has inhabited, describes the creases in the…
In his book Out of Sheer Rage: Wrestling with D.H. Lawrence, Geoff Dyer shifts the narrative on writing in ways that are more realistic and grounded.
Margo Jefferson's "On Michael Jackson" provides a tour into the life and crimes of Michael Jackson, an iconic and infamous figure in pop-culture, in all of his multiples.
Confessions page is a space where students describe the sexual violence they have endured while on campus.
A review of Jean Toomer's "Cane," an elusive novel on unique fragmentation of the black experience in the Jazz Age.