Well Covered: Flying, Falling, Crawling
The New Yorker
Thomas E. Kennedy’s “Falling Sideways” burrows itself deep into the world of budget shortfalls. As liberated and exultant as the subject on the cover appears, he might also represent the agonizing downsizing of company men and women and the general madness of corporate culture.
Vanna Le is a regular contributor to the New Yorker’s “Book Bench.”