The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, by Sherman Alexie – $8.99 Armageddon in Retrospect, Kurt Vonnegut – $15.00 Wild Nights!, by Joyce Carol Oates – $13.99 God Is […]
This may come as a surprise to some of you, but (gasp!) “Watchmen” is not the only graphic novel ever to hit the shelves. You may understandably be operating under […]
Two articles I was happy to see this week, both from the New York Times. Little bits of positive reporting are so nice sometimes. Obamas to Plant Vegetable Garden at […]
A new arrival co-authored with Aric McBay, Jensen’s latest, What We Leave Behind, is both a guide and a contemplation on human waste (the not-so-natural kind) and our responsibility for […]
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I suppose it is possible I will read a new novel as startling, as bright, as savage, as artfully-written, as crazy-good as the forthcoming Swimming, by Nicola Keegan, this year, […]
A lovely little hardcover about death. Goners: The Final Hours of the Notable and Notorious by Gordon Kerr reveals the last moments of fifty notable and notorious people—among them, Alexander […]
The Ballad of Dorothy Wordsworth: A Life, by Frances Wilson (FSG; $30) The House of Wittgenstein: A Family At War, by Alexander Waugh (Doubleday; $28.95) The Door: Poems, by Margaret […]