‘The Saturday Shift’ by Salena Godden

The Saturday Shift I’m trying to read a Jonathan Franzen article, his opinion of culture and despair. Bottom line is, he says, we just don’t read enough. There are two old ladies in this afternoon with frazzled, dried-apricot hair. They’re ordering double vodkas, with homeopathic splashes of lemonade. I’m having a glass of red, and chain smoking. It’s a warm September afternoon but I bet … Continue reading ‘The Saturday Shift’ by Salena Godden