Books & Literature
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.
Booked UpDec 30th, 2014 by Will Stotts, Jr.
A farewell to my readers, with five must-read books of 2014.
Booked UpNov 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.
Booked UpNov 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.
Booked UpNov 13th, 2014 by Will Stotts, Jr.
Ben Lerner’s 10:04 is a poetic novel where change is constant and the future ever beckons.
Booked UpNov 7th, 2014 by Will Stotts, Jr.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author begins a new trilogy -- and beautifully -- in Some Luck.
ReviewNov 5th, 2014 by Joey Grihalva
The author and comedian best known for his role in ‘Breaking Bad” reinvented -- hilariously -- the traditional author reading.
Booked UpOct 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.
Booked UpSep 11th, 2014 by Will Stotts, Jr.
The final part of Lev Grossman’s epic trilogy is worth your attention, even if you missed the first two.
Booked UpSep 4th, 2014 by Will Stotts, Jr.
Frog Music offers a murder mystery -- and a gritty historical narrative -- set in Frisco in 1876.
Booked UpAug 15th, 2014 by Will Stotts, Jr.
A new Spanish Civil War-era spy novel from Alan Furst transports readers to a simpler time…when no one can be trusted.
Booked UpAug 7th, 2014 by Will Stotts, Jr.
Cristina Henriquez’s new novel offers poignant stories of newcomers and those who resent them.