The Poet Who Made Milwaukee FamousApr 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.
Five Great Books I Meant To ReviewDec 30th, 2014 by Will Stotts, Jr.
A farewell to my readers, with five must-read books of 2014.
An Incredible Debut NovelDec 16th, 2014 by Will Stotts, Jr.
Jessie Burton’s The Miniaturist, is a terrific mystery ala Jane Eyre set in 17th century Amsterdam.
The Man With No FaceDec 5th, 2014 by Will Stotts, Jr.
A National Book Award winner, Wolf in White Van is a frightening, achingly beautiful first novel.
Give the Gift of ReadingNov 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.
The Enduring Artistry of Margaret AtwoodNov 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.
Back to the FutureNov 13th, 2014 by Will Stotts, Jr.
Ben Lerner’s 10:04 is a poetic novel where change is constant and the future ever beckons.
Jane Smiley’s New Epic NovelNov 7th, 2014 by Will Stotts, Jr.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author begins a new trilogy -- and beautifully -- in Some Luck.
The Wisdom Of SolomonOct 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.
Iowa Is/Isn’t For LoversOct 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.
The Enigma of Haruki MurakamiOct 17th, 2014 by Will Stotts, Jr.
The world-famous Japanese novelist’s latest book offers another strange and mysterious tale.
A Dentist’s Descent Into DarknessOct 4th, 2014 by Will Stotts, Jr.
In an acclaimed novel by Joshua Ferris, a rabid atheist confronts a cosmic case of identity theft.