BooksApr 7th, 2015 by Richard Davis
John Koethe may be at the peak of his success. His latest poem, published in The New Yorker, includes a scene in a Riverwest bar.
Dec 30th, 2014 by Will Stotts, Jr.
A farewell to my readers, with five must-read books of 2014.
Dec 16th, 2014 by Will Stotts, Jr.
Jessie Burton’s The Miniaturist, is a terrific mystery ala Jane Eyre set in 17th century Amsterdam.
Dec 5th, 2014 by Will Stotts, Jr.
A National Book Award winner, Wolf in White Van is a frightening, achingly beautiful first novel.
Nov 28th, 2014 by Will Stotts, Jr.
Whether you’re buying for friends or family, young or old, there’s a great book to buy for them.
Nov 21st, 2014 by Will Stotts, Jr.
If you’ve never read her, Atwood’s wonderful new book of short stories is a great place to start.
Nov 13th, 2014 by Will Stotts, Jr.
Ben Lerner’s 10:04 is a poetic novel where change is constant and the future ever beckons.
Nov 7th, 2014 by Will Stotts, Jr.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author begins a new trilogy -- and beautifully -- in Some Luck.
Oct 31st, 2014 by Will Stotts, Jr.
In Ian McEwen’s powerful new novel, The Children Act, a compassionate judge faces tough social issues not easy to solve.
Oct 28th, 2014 by Will Stotts, Jr.
Pulitzer-Prize winning novelist Marilynne Robinson returns to her fictional town of Gilead, Iowa, for an unusual romance story.
Oct 17th, 2014 by Will Stotts, Jr.
The world-famous Japanese novelist’s latest book offers another strange and mysterious tale.
Oct 4th, 2014 by Will Stotts, Jr.
In an acclaimed novel by Joshua Ferris, a rabid atheist confronts a cosmic case of identity theft.